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] CRRFTSMRN ° ] Operator's Manual Snow Thrower 5.0 Horsepower Electric Start 21 - inch Single Stage Auger Propelled Model 536.885214 CAUTION : Before using this product , read this manual and follow all of its Safety Rules and Operating Instructions . Manual del usario Quitanieves de 21 pulgadas 5.0 caballos de fuerza ( hp ) Monoet & pico Arranque el _ ctrico Propulsado por barrena Modelo 536.885214 PRECAUCION : Antes de usar este producto , lea este manual y siga todas las reglas de seguridad e instrucciones de operaci6n . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . F - 031021C www . sears . com / craftsman
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WARRANTY STATEMENT . . . . . . 2 STORAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 SAFETY RULES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART . . 21 INTERNATIONAL SYMBOLS . . . . 4 REPAIR PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 ENGINE REPAIR PARTS . . . . . . . . 34 OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 SPANISH ( ESPAI _ OL ) . . . . . . . . . . 40 MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT . . . 16 PARTS ORDERING / SERVICE . . . 64 LIMITED TWO - YEAR WARRANTY " ON CRAFTSMAN SNOW THROWER Fer two years from the dote of purchase , when this Craftsman Snow thrower is malnta ned , lubricated , and toned up according to the operating and maintenance instructions in the owner's manual , Sears will repair ' , free of charge , any defect in material Or workmaeship + If this Craftsman Snow thrower is used for commercial or rental purposes thfs warranty ap + plies for only 90 days from the date of purchase This warranty does not cover the following : Items whfch basome worn during normal use , such as spark plugs , drive belts and shear pins . Repair necessary because of operator abuse or caglfgesee , including bern crankshafts and the fctlurs to maintain the equipment asasrdfng to the instru _ fons contained in the owner's ITlenuel WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE BY RETURNING THE CRAFTSMAN SNOW THROWERTO THE NEAREST SEARS SERVICE CENTER IN THE UNITED STATES . THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY WHILE THIS PRODUCT IS IN USE IN THE UNITED STATES . This warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also have o _ qer rights which may vary from state 1o state Sears Roebuck and Co . , DSt 7WA , Hoffman Estates IL 80179 IT MEANS - * ATTENTIONIll BECOME ALERTIH YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED . _ k OOK FOR THIS SYMBOL TO POINT OUT IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS . nect the spark plug nwire _ k WARNING : Always dieco - and place it where it cannot make contact with spark plug to Engine Exhaust , some of its constituents , and prevent accidental starting during : certain vehicle components sontsin or emit Preparation , Maintenance , or Stor - chemicals known to the Ststs of Cslifornia to age of your snow thrower . csuea cancer and birth defects or other repro * dustive hsrm . IMPORTANT : Safety standards rs - Battery posts , terminals and related accessories quire operator presesee contr'ols to contain lead and lead compounds , chemicals minimize the risk of injury . Your snow known to the State of California to cause cancer thrower is equipped with such sentrels . and birth defects or other reproductive harm . Do not attempt to defeat the function of WASH HANDS AFTER HANDLING , the operator presenes contrel under any c mumstancas . F0310210 2
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TRAINING Always wear safety glasses or eye shields during oper _ t on or while performing an e , d - t , Read this opemt ng and service instruction iustmont or repair to protect eyes from manual c _ refally , Be thoroughly familiar foreign objects that may be thrown from ifTe with the controls and the proper use of the snow thrower , snow thrower , Know how to stop the snow OPERATION thrower and disengage the controls quick - e . " . Do r _ t operate ths snow thrower if you are taking drugs or other medication whch cart 2 , Never allow children to operate the snow thrower ' , Never allow adults to Operate the cause draws nses Or affect your ability to snow thrower wtheet proper instruction operate ths snow thrower , 2 . Do not use the snow thrower if you are 3 . Keep the area of operation clear of all per - mentally cr physfcally unable to operate the sons , particularly small children and pets . snow thrower , safely , 4 . Exercise caution to avoid slipping or falling 3 . Do not put hands Or feet near or under re - especially when operlaifng in reverse taifng parts , Keep clear of the discharge opening at all _ mes PREPARATION 4 . Eserciee extreme caution when operating t . Thoroughly nspeat the area where the on or crossing gravel drives walks Or snow thrower is to be used and remove all reads , Stay alert far hidden hazards Or doormats , sleds boards wires and other traffc . foreign objects . 5 . Alter stYking a foreign object , stop the on - 2 . Disengage all clutches before starting the gine ( motor ) , remove the wire from the engine ( motor ) spark plug thoroughly inspect snow 3 . De not operate the snow thrower without thrower far any damage and repair the damage before restarting and opemtfng wearing adequate winter outer garments . the snow thrower . Wear footwear that will fmpreve footing an slippery surfaces , 6 . If the snow thrower should start to vibrate abnormally , stop the engfne ( motor ) and 4 , Handle fuel wth care ; it is highly flam - mable . check fmmediately for the cause Vibmtfon is generally a warnfng of trouble . a Use an approved fuel container 7 . Stop the engine ( motor ) whenever you b Never remove fuel tank cap or add fuel leave the operating position , before an - to a running engine ( mato0 or hot en - clogging the auger / impeller housing or dis - gine ( motor ) . charge chute and when making arty o , Fill fuel tank outdoors wfth extreme repairs , adjustments or inspections sere , Never fill fuel tank indoors 8 . When sleaning repeiring or inspeating d Replace fuel cab securely and wipe up make certain the augedimpeller and all spillefduel , moving parts have stopped and all controls are disengaged , Disoonneat the s ] cark plug e Never store fuel or snow thrower with wfrs and keep ifTewire away from the spark fuel fn the tank inside of a building plug to prevent accfdental startfng , where fumes may reach an open flame 9 . Take all possible precautfons when leavfng orspark , the snow thrower unattended . Disengage f Check fuel supply before each use al - the auger ! impelle £ stop engine ( mote0 Iowfng speee for expansion as the heat and remove key . of the engine ( motor ) and / or sun can 10 . Do nat run the engine ( motor ) indoors ex - cause fuel to expend copt when stsrting the engine ( mote0 and 5 , For all snow throwers with aleatbe starting far transporting the snow thrower in or out motors use electric startng extension of the ballding . Open the outside doors ; ex - cords cortified CSAiUL Use only with a re - haust fumes are dangerous ( containfng septacle that h _ s been installed in accord - CARBON MONOXIDE , an ODORLESS anse wth tocal inspeet on authbet es , and DEADLY GAS ) . 6 , Never attempt to make any adjustments it , Do not clear snow across the face of while ifTe engine ( motor ) is running ( except slopes , Esercse extreme caution when when specifically recommended by maco - changing direction on slopes , Do not at - faatureO . tempt to clear steep slopes . Let engine ( motor ) and snow thrower ad - 12 . Never operate the snow thrower wthact just to outdoor temperatures before starting proper guards , plates or other cafo _ pro - to clearsnow , tective devices in place . 3
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MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE t3 , Neveorperattheesnowthrowne _ r ren - closureasutomobwileesd , ow _ sderlolsp - 1 . Check shear belts and other bolts at fre - otisandthelikew _ bepurtobaedrjustment quent intervals for propor tightness to be ofthesnowdiecha _ rggeleKeecphildron sure the snow thrower is n sere work ng andpetsaway . ceeditien . t4 . Denoot vedetahdessewthrowcearpacity2 . Never store the snow thrower with fuel fn byattempttioncgleasrnowatteef _ sat the tank insfde a building where ignition rate . sources are present such as hot w _ ter and space heaters , clothes dryers , and the like . t5 . Neveorbemttheesnowthrowaetrhigh transposrpteedosnslippesryu _ ses . Allow the engine ( mato0 to cool before Loobkehinadndusec _ rswhenb _ cking storing in any enclosure up . 3 . Always refer to operator's guide instruc - tions for important details ff the snow t6 . Nevedrirecdtischaragtebystandoerrs thrower is to be stored for an extended allowanyoninefronotfthesnowthrower . period . t7 . Disengapgoewetorthesellector _ Zimpoller 4 . Maintain or rsplase safety and instructiee whesnqotwhrowiestrr _ nsberoterndeitn labels as necessary . use . 5 . Ran the ssew thrower a few m natse after re . Useorflay _ chmenatnsdaooesec @ de - s throwing snow to prevent freeze - up of the provebdythemanuf _ etoufrtohresnow auger / impeller . throw { esrucahstirechainesl , eetrs'start kitsect . ) , for use on sidewalks , drivewaysis t9 , Neveorbemttheesnowthrowwerithout 4 _ lb WARNING : This snow thrower goovdisbilityorlightA , lwaybsesureof and other ground level surfaces . youfrootinagndkeepafirmholdonthe Caution should be exercised while using on handleWs alk ; nervuen . r steep sloping surfaces . DO NOT USE 20 . De nat over - roach . Keep proper footing SNOW THROWER ON SURFACES ABOVE and balance at all gmes GROUND LEVEL such as roofs of resi * 2t . De nat attempt to use snow thrower on a donees , garages , porches or other such _ of . structures or buildings . IMPORTANT ; Many of the following symbols are located on your snow thrower or on litara * ture supplied with the product . Before you operate the snow thrower , learn end understand the purpose for each symbol . Control And Operating Symbols Slow Fast Electric Start Engine Start Engine Run I - I N Engine Off Engine SLop On Choke Off Choke On Neutral Throttle Primer Button Ignition Key Ignition Off Ignition On F0310210 4
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Drive Clutch FoPwerd Reverse Auger Clutch Auger Colll _ ' _ [ or Engage Fuel Oil Fuel Oil Mixture Push TO Engage Electric Starter f Discharge DOWN Discharge UP Discharge LEFT Discharge RIGHT Weight Transfer Weight Transfer Transmission Ignition Key Lift Handle To Depress Pedal Inse _ To Run , Engage To Disengage Pull Out To Stop . Safety Warning Symbols m . $ DANGER DANGER WARNING Thrown Objects . ] ] lrown O bjl _ * ts . Keep Bystanders Away . Keep Bystanders Away . IMPORTANT DANGER DANGER Read Owner's Manual Avoid Injury From Stop The Engineng Before Operating Rotating Auger . Keep Before Uncloggi This Machine . Hands , Feat And Discharge Chute ( Clothing Away . WARNING STOP Hot Surface F0310210 5
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Contents of Parts Bag 1 - Owner's Manual ( not shown ) 1 - Container 3.2 ounce Craftsman 2 _ cycle oil 1 - Electric Starter Cord ( not shown ) 1 - Fuel Stabilizer ( not shown ) HOW TO REMOVE FROM THE , i _ WsaAfeRtyNINgGla : sseAslwaoyrseyweeasrhields CARTON while easembllng snow I , Remove the manual pack from the thrower . carton . The manual pack cortains a container of Craftsman 2 _ cycle oil TOOLS REQUIRED and any parts that may be required to assemble the unit . I _ Knife to cut carton 2 , Remove and discard the packing Figure I shows the snow thrower in the material from around the snow operating position . thrower . 3 . Cut down all four corners of the car - References to the right or left hand side ton and lay the panels flat . of the snow thrower are from the view _ 4 . Hold onto the lower handle and pull point of the operator's position behind the snow thrower off the carton . the unit . CAUTION : DO NOT back over Auger Drive Lever _ . cables . Auger 5 . Remove the packing material from Drfve Cable , the handle assembly Crank Chuteector Defl How To Assemble The Handle I . Loosen the knobs on each side of the handle ( Figure I ) . 2 . Raise the upper handle to the oper _ ating position . Hold the upper han - Knob dle apart to prevent scratching the lower handle . NOTE : Make sure the cables are not caught between the upper and lower handle . Figure I 3 . Tigl " ten the knobs . F 0310210 6
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_ " CHECKLIST Before you operate your new snow thrower , to ensure that you receive the best performance and satisfaction from this quality product , please review the following checklist : , I All assembly instructions have been completed . , I The discharge chute rotates freely . , I No remaining loose parts in carton . While learning how to use your snow thrower , pay extra attention to the foF lowing importar't items : , I Make sure the fuel tank is filled with the correct mixture ( 40 : 1 ratio ) of gas _ aline and oil . , I Become familiar with the location of all controls and understand their function . , I Before starting the engine , make sure all controls operate correctly . PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS NOTE : Engine horsepower ratings may vary by engine adjustments , Horse Power : 5 manufacturing variances , altitude , atmospheric conditions , fuel and Displacement : 8.46 cu , in , maintenance . Fuel Tank : 1,62 quart Fuel / Oil Mlxturs : 40 : 1 Ratio 3.2 ounces of air cooled engine 2 _ cycle oil speci _ fled for 40 : 1 per I gallon of gasoline , Spark Plug : Champion RCJ8Y or equivalent ( Gap 0.030 ) F 0310210 7
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[ o ] - , j = 1 ; _ _ adu [ o _ KNOW YOU R SNOW TH ROWER READ THIS OWNER'S MANUAL AND SAFETY RULES BEFORE OPERATING YOUR SNOW THROWER . Compare the illustrations with your SNOW THROWER to familiarize yourself with the location of various controls and adjustments . Save this manual for future reference . Drive Lever Chute Deflector D soharge REAR Chute Switch Box OFF _ CHOKE _ FULL Electric Sta _ er Button Fgure 2 Recoil Starter Handle - St _ the en _ Auger DHve Lever - Starts and stops the auger . gine manually . Electric Starter Button - Use to start Crank Assembly - Changes the direc _ the engine when using the 120V electric tion of snow throwing through the dis _ starter . charge chute . Choke Control - Used to st _ a cold engine . Chute Deflector - Changes the distance the snow is thrown . Primer Button - Injects fuel directly into the carburetor manifold for fast starts in cold weather . Dlecha _ e Chute - Changes the direc _ tion the snow is thrown . Spark Plug A _ Panel - Aides in the removal of the spark plug . Ignition Switch Key - Must be inserted Switch Box - Connection for the electric and turned to the ON position to start the engine . start power cord . F 0310210 8
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[ o ] - , j = 1 ; _ _ adu [ o _ any snow thrower can result Manual before operating , _ WARNING : Read Owner's d _ lb WARNING : The operation of machine . Never direct dis - In torelgn objects being thrown Into the eyes , which can re - charge toward bystanders . Stop the sult In severe eye damage . Always engine before unclogging discharge wear safety glasses or eye shields chute or auger housing and before while operating the snow thrower . leaving the machine . We recommend standard safety glasses or use a wide vision safety mask over your glasses . TO STOP THE SNOW THROWER I . To stop throwing snow , release the auger drive lever . See Figure 2 . NOTE : If the snow thrower contim HOW TO MOVE FORWARD uss to slowly move forward , see I , Hold the auger drive lever against " Adjust Auger Control Cable " in the the handle ( See Figure 4 ) . The au - Service And Adjustment Section . ger will begin rotating . 2 . To step the engine , move the igni _ 2 . To go forward , raise the handle to tion key to the OFF / STOP position . allow the rubber auger blades to contact the ground . Maintain a firm hold on the handle as the snow thrower starts to move forward . TO CONTROL SNOW DISCHARGE Guide the snow thrower by moving the handle either left or right . Do I . Turn the chute control rod to set the not attempt to push the snow throw _ direction of the snow throwing . er . 2 . Loosen the wing knob on the chute 3 . To stop , release the auger drive le - deflector and move the deflector to ver . set the distance . Move the deflector ( Up ) for more distance , ( Down ) for NOTE : If the auger continues to rotate , less distance . Then tighten the see _ How To Adjust The Auger Control wing knob ( See Figure 3 ) . Cable " in the Service and Adjustments section . Deflector Down Deflector Up Wing Knob Figure 3 Auger HOW TO THROW SNOW I , Engage the auger drive lever . 2 . To stop throwing snow , release the Fgure 4 auger drive lever . F 0310210
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[ o ] d = 1 ; _ _ adu [ o _ FILL GAS : gasoline and oil for lubrication of the bearings and other moving parts . The The engine is certified to comply with correct fuel mixture ratio is 40 : I ( 3.2 oz . California and US EPA emission regula - oil per one gallon of gas _ see the Fuel liens for ULGE ( Utility or Lawn and Gar - Mixture Chart ) . Gasoline and oil must den Equipment ) engines . ULGE be pre _ mixed in a clean gasoline con _ engines are certified to operate on reg _ talnar . Always use fresh , clean , um ular unleaded gasoline . leaded gasoline . _ ARNING : Alcohol blended fuels ( called gasohol or FUEL MIX1 ] JRECHART ( mixturs 40 : 1 ) those using ethanol or methanol ) can attract moisture I us I ' " PE ' ' LI s , . € - o , , oI which leads to separetlon and formation of acids during storage . Acidic gas can damage the fuel sys - tem of an engine while In storage . NOTE : To avoid engine problems , the Mix gasoline and oil as follows : fuel system must be emptied before storage for 30 days or longer . Start the I . Pour one ( 1 ) US . quart of fresh , engine and let it run until the fuel lines clean , unleaded automotive gaso _ line into a one gallon size gasoline and carburetor are empty . Use the car _ container . buretor bowl drain to empty residual gasoline from the float chamber . Use 2 . Add 3.2 ounces of clean , high quali _ fresh fuel next season . See the Stor - ty , two - cycle oil to the gasoline con _ tainer . age section in this manual for additional information . IMPORTANT : Do not use out - board motor oll or multi - viscosity Never use engine or carburetor cleaner oils , such as 10W - 30 or 10W - 40 . products in the fuel tank or permanent 3 . install the fuel cap onto the gasoline damage may occur . container . Vigorously shake the gasoline container to mix the oil with the gasoline . 4 . Add an additional three ( 3 ) U . S . HOW TO MIX THE FUEL MIXTURE quarts of gasoline to the gallon corn The two cycle engine , used on this tainer . Again shake the gasoline container . snow thrower , requires a mixture of Do not fill the fuel tank with gasoline that does not have oil mixed in it . Shake the gasoline oenta nor before each fill ng of the fuel tank , Add more gas ( 3.2 0 _ ) Shake O _ t / ( 3 U . $ Ou _ rts ) Oil _ - 4 - + 1 U . $ Galloncontaine " r _ F0310210 10
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[ o ] - , j = 1 ; _ _ adu [ o _ HOW TO START THE ENGINE _ ll ARNING : Gasoline Is flam - mable . Always use caution The engine is equipped with a I20 volt when handling or storing AC electric starter and also a recoil gesollne . starter , • Do not fill fuel tankwhllesnow thrower Is running , when It Is hot , designed to operate on 120 i _ ll WARNING : The starter Is or when snow thrower Is In an en - volt A . C . household current . closed area . Carefully follow all Instructions In • Keep away from open flame or an the " How To Start The Engine " esc - electrical spark and do not smoke rich . To connect a 120 volt A . C . while filling the fuel tank . power cord , always plug the power • Never fill the tank completely . Fill cord to the switch box on the en - the tank to within 1 / 4 " - 1 / 2 " from gine first . Then , plug the other end the top to provide space for ex - Into the receptacle . When dlecon - pansion of fuel . nectlng the power cord , always un - plug the end from the receptacle • Always fill fuel tank outdoors and first . use a funnel or spout to prevent spilling . • Make sure to wipe up any spilled How To Start A Cold Engine fuel before stating the engine . I . Fill the fuel tank with a fresh , clean • Store gesollne In a clean , ap - fuel mixture . See " How To Mix The proved container and keep the Fuel Mixture " . cap In place on the container . 2 . Make sure the auger drive lever is in the disengaged ( released ) posF tion . BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE 3 , insert the Ignition key and turn to I , Before you service er start the en - the ON position . gine , familiarize yourself with the 4 , Slide the choke control to the snow thrower . Be sure you under - FULL choke position . stand the function and location of all 5 , ( Electric Start ) Plug the power cord controls . into the switch box located on the 2 , Be sure that all fasteners are tight . engine . 3 + Before starting the engine , make 6 . ( Electric Start ) Plug the other end sure all controls eperate correctly . of the power cord irto a I20 VOLT , A . O . receptacle . ( See the WARN _ HOW TO STOP THE ENGINE ING in this section ) . 7 , Push the primer button as speci _ To stop the engine , move the ignition fled below . Remove finger from key to the OFF / STOP position , primer button between pushes . Do not push if temperature is above 50 _ F ( 10 _ C ) , Push two times if temperature is 50 _ F ( I0 _ 0 ) to I5 ° _ ( _ I0 ° C ) . Push four times if temperature is below I5 _ F ( _ 10 _ C ) . Push five times if temperature is below 0 _ F ( _ 18 _ C ) . 11 F ( _ 310210
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[ o ] - . 1 = 1 ; _ _ , _ du [ o _ 8 . ( Electric Start ) Push on the elec - ly , move the choke control to the tric start button until the engine off position . starts . DO not crank the starter for NOTE : Allow the engine to warm up for more than I 0 seconds at a time . several minutes before blowing snow in The electric starter is thermally pro _ temperatures below 0 _ F . tected . If the electric starter over _ heats , it will automatically stop and How To Start A Warm Engine can only be restarted when it has If restarting a warm engine after a short cooled to a safe temperature . A wait shutdown , leave choke at " OFF ' and do of about 5 to 10 minutes is required net push the primer button . If the en _ to allow the electric starter to cool . gine fails to start , follow the Cold Start 9 . ( RecollStart ) Rapidly pull the re - instructions . coil starter handle . Do not allow the recoil starter handle to snap gine Indoors or In enclosed , _ lb ARNING : Never run en - back . Slowly return the recoil start - poorly ventilated areas . En - er handle . gine exhaust contains CARBON I 0 . if the engine does not start in 5 or 6 MONOXIDE , AN ODORLESS AND tries , See Difficult Starting in the DEADLY GAS . Keep hands , feet , " Troubleshooting Table " . hair and loose clothing away from any moving parts on engine and II . ( Electric Start ) When the engine snow thrower . starts , release the electric start button . • The temperature of muffler and I2 . ( Electric Start ) First disconnect the nearby areas may exceed 150 ° F . power cord from the receptacle . Avoid these areas . Then , disconnect the power cord • DO NOT allow children or young from the switch box . teenagers to operate or be near I3 . As the engine warms up , move the snow thrower while It Is operet - choke control to 1 / 2 choke posi _ Ing . tion . When the engine runs smooth _ HOW TO REMOVE OBJECTS Release auger drive lever . FROM AUGER Move the ignition lever to the stop position to stop the engine . Disconnect spark plug wire . to remove any Item that may _ lb ARNING : Do not attempt become lodged In auger Do not place your hands in the au _ without taking the following precau - ger or discharge chute . Use a pry tions : bar . F0310210 12
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[ o ] d = 1 ; _ _ adu [ o _ SNOW THROWING TIPS I0 . After each snow throwing job , _ lew the engine te run for afew minutes . I . When the handle is raised , the au _ The snow and accumulated ice will ger blades will engage the greundfer _ melt off the engine . and the snow thrower will move II . Clean the snow thrower after each ward . When the auger drive lever is use . Remove ice , snow and debris released , the auger blades will stop . from the entire snow thrower . Flush If the blades do net stop , see _ ' How with water te remove all salt or other To Adjust The Auger Drive Cable " in chemicals . Wipe snow thrower dry . the Service And Adjustment section . 2 Most efficient snow throwing is ac _ cemplished when the snow is rex DRY AND AVERAGE SNOW moved immediately after if falls . I . Snow up to eigl " t inches deep can 3 Fer complete snow removal , slightly be removed rapidly and easily by overlap each previous path . walking at a moderate rate . For 4 . Whenever possible , discharge the snow er drifts of a greater depth , snew down wind . slow your pace to allow the dis _ 5 . The dietance the snow will be dis _ charge chute te dispose of the snow charged can be adjusted by moving as rapidly as the auger receives the the discharge chute deflecter . Raise snow . the deflector for more dietance or 2 . Plan to have the snow discharged in lower the deflecter for less distance . the direction the wind is blowing . 6 . In windy osnditions , lower the chute deflector te direct the discharged WET PACKED SNOW snow close te the ground where it is less likely to blow into unwanted Move slowly into wet , packed snow . If areas . the wet , packed snow causes the auger 7 . Fer safety and to prevent damage to slow down er the discharge chute be _ to the snow thrower , keep the area gins te clog , back off and begin a series to be cleared free of stones , toys of short back and forth jobs into the and other foreign objects . snow . These short back and forth jobs , 8 . When clearing snow from crushed four te six inches , will " belch " the snow rock er gravel driveways , de net aF from the chute . low the auger blades te contact the driveway . Move the handle down te SNOW BANKS AND DRIFTS slightly raise the auger blades . 9 . The ferward speed of the snow in snow of greater depth than the unit , thrower is dependent on the depth use the same " jabbing ' technique de _ and weight of the snow . Experience scribed above . Turn the discharge will establish the most effective chute away from the snow bank . More method of using the snow thrower time will be required te remove snow of under different conditions . this type than level snow . F0310210 13
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CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES SERVICERECORDS Fillindotesasyou Before Every Every Every completeregular Each 5 10 25 Each Before SERVICE service . Use Often Hours Hours Hours Season Storege DATES ' ? ? ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Check Spark Plug _ / _ / Drain FueE _ / ¢ GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS LUBRICATION The warranty on this snow thrower Before Storage does not cover items that have been subjected to operator abuse or negli - I . Remove the top cover , See " How gence . To receive full value from the To Remove The Top Cover ' . warranty , the operator must maintain 2 . Lubricate the chute control flange . the snow thrower as instructed in this Apply a clinging type of grease such manual . as Lubriplate . Some adjustments will need to be made periodically to properly maintain your snow thrower . AFTER EACH USE Run the machine to clear the auger of snow . To prevent freezing of the auger or controls , remove all snow and slush from the snow thrower . Chute Co . tel Check for any loose or damaged Flange paris . TigHen any loose fasteners . / Check and mairtain the auger . Figure 5 Check controls to make sure they are functioning properly . + fany parts are worn or damaged , replace immediately . F 0310210 14
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ADJUST AUGER CONTROL CABLE The auger control cable is adjusted at the factory . During normal use , the auger control cable can become stretched and the auger drive lever will not properly en _ gags or disengage the auger . I . Remove the " Z " hook from the au - ger drive laver ( Figure 6 ) . 2 . Slide the cable boot up the auger control cable until the cable boot Drive does not cover any portion of the Lever cable adjustment bracket Z - Hook ( Figure 7 ) . Figure 6 3 . Pull the auger control cable through the eyehele in the cable adjustment bracket as shown by the arrow in Figure 7 . This will create enough slack te allow the " Z " hook te be easily removed . 4 . Install the " Z " hook into the next available adjustment hole in the cable adjustment bracket . This is the adjustmert hole located one notch down from where the " Z " hook was previously attached . 5 . Pull the auger control cable back through the eyehole of the cable adjustment bracket until all the slack is taken out of the auger con - trol cable . Auger Control Cable 6 . Slide the cable boot back down over the cable adjustment brack - et . 7 . Install the " Z " hook te the auger drive lever ( Figure 6 ) . 8 . To check the adjustment , start the Cable Adjust - Z - Hook snow thrower . Make sure the auger merit Bracket Figure 7 does net rotate when the auger drive lever is released . Engage the auger drive lever and make sure auger rotates . If the auger does not rotate , repeat this _ ' Adjust Auger Control Cable ' procedure . F0310210 15
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HOW TO REMOVE THE TOP COVER Top Cover A I . Remove the discharge chute . 2 . Remove the fuel cap . 3 . Remove the two bolts and nuts ( A ) from the front of the top cover . 4 . Remove the two bolts ( B ) from the left and right side of the top cover . 5 . Remove the eigl " t screws ( ( 3 ) on the loft and right side of the top covet ' , 6 . Remove the three screws ( D ) from the top portion of the control panel . 7 . Carefully pull the rear of the top cover up and over the gas tank . Dischsrge 8 . To install the top cover , reverse the Chute Figure 8 above stops . HOW TO REMOVE THE BELT COVER ( B ) that attach the belt cover to the top cover . I . if equipped , remove the heat shield 4 . Remove screw ( C ) that holds the from the rear of the belt cover . belt cover to the bottom cover . 2 . Remove the bolts and nuts ( A ) 5 . To remove , hold the bottom portion that hold the belt cover to the auger of the belt cover and pull down and housing . out 3 . if the top cover has not been rex 6 . To install the belt cover , reverse the moved , then remove the screws above stops . Bottom Cover Heat Shield Belt Cover B \ C A A Figure 9 F 0310210 16
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HOW TO REPLACE THE DRIVE BELT The drive belt is of special construction ! - ÷ . _ b . : _ _ : _ . . _ z _ > _ 4 _ r _ j _ \ and must be replaced with original ( ac _ _ tory replacement bell available from your nearest Sears service center . I . Remove the belt cover . See " How To Remove The Belt Cove € . 2 . Remove the drive belt from the dBelto Gui Idler pulley ( Figure 10 ) . 3 Move the belt guide awayfrom the Brake belt . Roller 4 . To reduce pressure on the drive belt , move the idler pulley away from the belt . Remove the drive Drive Belt Figure 10 belt from between the brake pad and the roller . 5 . Remove the old drive belt . IdlerPulley Engine Pulley 6 . TO install the new drive belt , rex verse the above steps . 7 . Make sure the drive belt is seated properly on the pulleys . 8 . Set the belt guide to 3 / 32 ' clearance as shown in Figure 11 . NOTE : When the auger control lever Is engaged , the belt guide Drive Bel _ Belt must be 3 / 32 " from the drive belt . 3 / ' 32 inch Guide 9 . Install belt cover . See " How To Rex Fgure 11 move The Belt Cover ' . HOW TO REMOVE THE AUGER 7 . Tip the auger enough to allow the I . Remove the belt cover . See _ How auger to slide out of the auger To Remove The Belt Cove € . housing . 2 . Remove the drive belt . See " HowTo 8 . To install auger , reverse the above Replace The Drive Belt " . steps . 3 . Remove the auger pulley ( 1 ) from the auger shaft ( threads are left hand ; turn clockwise to remove ) . 4 . To keep the auger from rotating , set a 2 " x4 " piece of wood on the center paddle to secure auger . 5 . Remove the fasteners from the bearing assembly . Remove the bearing assembly from the auger housing . • Auger 6 . Slide the auger out of the bearing Pulley Housing Beefinglby assembly on the right side of the Assem Fgure 12 snow thrower . 17 F 0310210
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between the notch inthe flange and the outer diameter of the worm gear . dental starting when making , _ WARNING : To prevent acci - any adjustments or repalre , 4 . Tiglqten the nuts . always disconnect the spark plug wire and place It where It cannot make contact with the spark plug . Crank ADJUST THE CHUTE CRANK Bracket If the chute crank will not rotate fully lo the left or right , adjuet as follows . I . Remove the top cover . See " How To Remove The Top Cover ' . Worm 2 . Loosen the nuts . Gear 3 . Move the crank adjusting bracket Fgure 13 to allow 1 / 8 Inch ( 3mm ) clearance HOW TO ADJUST THE BRAKE PAD 3 , IMPORTANT : An adjustrnert is only Tie the auger drive lever to the ham die . This will engage the drive sys _ necessary if the brake pad has become tern . loose or has been removed . To adjust , 4 . proceed as follows : Loosen the screw and nut on the brake pad arm ( Figure 14 ) . I . Remove the top cover . See " How To Set the clearance between the 5 . Remove The Top Cover ' . brake pad and the drive belt to 1 / 8 Inch . 2 . Remove the belt cover . See " How 6 . Tigl " ten the screw and nut on the To Remove The Belt CoveCL brake pad arm . Brake Pad : : : " Belt Guide Brake Roller Drive Belt Figure I4 F 0310210 18
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TO ADJUST THE CARBURETOR The ca , ' buretor is net adjusl _ ble . Em proper engine speed . Over - speeding gine performance should net be af _ the engine above the factory high fected at altitudes up te 7,000 feet . For speed selling can be dangerous . If the operation at higher elevations , contact engine _ governed high speed needs an your nearest Sears Service Center . adjustment , contact your nearest Sears Service Center . They have the proper equipment and experience to make any IMPORTANT : Never tamperwiththe necessary adjustments . engine governor , whichisfactory sot for TO ADJUST OR REPLACE THE SPARK PLUG Check the spark plug every twenty _ five 8 , Install the spark pJug in the cylinder ( 25 ) hours . Replace the spark plug if head and firmly tighten . the electrodes are pitted or burned or if AOOeSB Doer the porcelain is cracked . The spark plug is housed in the engine compartment under the top cover and cannot be seen under normal cendF tiens . I , Open the spark plug access door on the control panel ( Figure I5 ) . 2 , The spark plug and wire are now visible . 3 . Remove the spark plug wire . Figure 15 4 , Clean the area around the spark plug base to prevent dirt from enter _ ing the engine when the spark pJug is removed . 5 . Remove the spark pJug . 6 , Check the spark plug . If the spark plug is cracked , fouled or dirty , it must be replaced 7 , Set the gap between the electrodes of the now spark pJug at . 030 inch Spark Plug ( Figure 16 ) . Figure 16 F0310210 19
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To remove gasoline , run the engine snow thrower Indoors or In until the fuel tank is empty and the _ ARNING : Never store your an enclosed , poorly venti - engine stops . lated area . If gesollne remains In the 2 . If you do not remove the gasoline , tank , fumes may reach an open use fuel stabilizer supplied with unit flame , spark or pilot light from a fur - or purchase Craftsman Fuel Stabi _ nace , water heater , clothes dryer , lizer No . 3550 . Add fuel stabilizer to clgarette _ etc . any gasoline left in the tank to minix NOTE : To prevent engine damage ( if mize gum deposits and acids . If the snow thrower is not used for more than fuel tank is almost empty , mix stabix 30 days ) fellow the steps below . lizer with fresh gasoline in a sepa - rate container and add some to the SNOW TH ROWER fuel tank . I . Thoroughly clean the snow thrower . 3 , Always follow the instruction on the 2 . Lubricate all lubrication points . See stabilizer container . After the stabix the Maintenance section . lizer is added to the fuel tank , run 3 . Be sure that all nuts , bolts and the engine at least ten minutes to screws are securely fastened . Im allow the mixture to reach the car - spect all visible moving pads for buretor . damage , breakage and wear . Rex 4 , , Change the engine oil . place if necessary . 5 . Lubricate the piston / cylinder area as 4 . Touch up all rusted or chipped paint follows : First , remove the spark plug surfaces ; sand lightly before palrtx and squid a few drops of clean em ing . gine oil into the spark plug hole . 5 . Cover the bare metal parts of the Next , cover the spark plug hole with blower housing auger and the im _ a rag to absorb oil spray . Then , pull peller with rust preventative , such two or three times on the recoil as a spray lubricart . starter rope to rotate the engine . Fix NOTE : A yearly checkup or tune _ up by nally , install the spark plug and at _ a Sears service center is a good way of tach the spark plug wire . ensuring that your snow thrower will provide maximum performance for the next season . OTHER ENGINE I . if possible , store your snow thrower indoors and cover it to give protec x _ ARNING : Drain the geso - tion from dust and dirt . line outdoors , away from tire or flame . 2 . If the snow thrower must be stored Gasoline must be removed or treated to outdoors , put the snow thrower on prevent gum deposits from forming in blocks to raise it off of the ground . the fuel tank , filter , hose , and carburetor 3 . Cover the snow thrower with a suit x during storage . Also , during storage alx able protective cover that does not cohol blended gasoline that uses etha - retain moisture . Do not use plastic . nol or methanol ( sometimes called gasohol ) attracts water . It acts on the IMPORTANT : Never cover snow gasoline to form acids which damage thrower while engine and exhaust areas are still warm . the engine . 20 F 0310210
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TROUBLE CAUSE CORRECTION Difficult starting Defective s _ rk plug . Replase spark plug , Dran and clean the fuel tank Water er dr [ n fuel system . Refll with fresh fuel mixture Engine runs erratically Blockedfuellinee , mpty gas Clean fuel line ; chock fuel tank , or s _ le fuelmixture . supply ; add fresh fuel mixture . Engine stalls Unit running on CHOKE . Set shake lever to run er off position . Engine runs erratically ; Water er dr [ n fuel system . Dr _ n and clean the fuel tank . Loss of power Refill wth fresh fuel mixture . Excessive vibration Damaged auger assembly Repair er replase the auger assembly Loose parts , Damaged Immediately stop engine . repeller . Remove ignition key . Tighten all fasteners and make all necessary repairs If vibration ocntisees take the unft tea Sears service senter . Unit fails to propel itself Drive belt loose er damaged . Replace drive belt . Inserrect adiustmer _ t et auger Adjust auger drse cable . drive cable Unit fails to disehsrgs Auger drive belt loose er Adjust auger drive belt ; S _ IOW damaged . replace if damaged . Auger control cable net Adjust auger sentral cable . adjusted serreegy . Discharge chute clogged . Stop engine fmmediately and dissennest spark plug wre . Clean dissharge chute and inside ot auger housing , Foreign abject lodged in Stop engine fmmediately and auger dissennest spark plug wre . Remove object from auger , F0310210 21
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SEARS , ROEBUCK AND CO . Federal and California Emission Control Systems Limited Warranty Small Off - Road Engines CALIFORNIA & US EPA EMISSION quired maintenance listed n your Owner's Manual , but Sears Roebuck and Co . will not CONTROL WARRANTY STATEMENT deny warranty solely due to the lack of receipts The U . S . Environmental Preteotion Agency or for your failure to provide written evidence ( ' EPA " ) the Calitorna Air Resources Board of the performance of all scheduled matste - ( ' CARB " ) and Sears Roebuck and Co are nance . pleased to explain the Federal and California As the small off - read engne owner , you Emission Control Systems Warranty on your should however , be aware that Sears , Roe - new small off - road engine . In California , new buck and Co . may deny you warrar _ ty cover - t 995 and inter small off - road eng nes must be age if your small off - reed engfne or a part designed built and equipped to meet the thereof has failed due to abuse , neglect im - State's str ngent anti - smog standards . In oth - proper maintenance or unappreved modifica - er states new 1997 and later model year en - tions . gines must be desigsed built and equipped , at the time of sale , to meet the LLS EPA regale - You are responsible for present eg your small tens for small nomread engines . Sears , Ree _ off - reed engine to a Sears Roebuck and Co . buck and Co . will warrant the emiseion control Authorized Service Outlet as soon as a prob - system on your small olf - r'oad engine for the lem exists . The warrar _ ty repairs should be perfods of tfme listed below , provided there completed in a reasonable amount of gme , nat has been no abuse , neglect , unapproved mod - to exceed 30 days . ficotion or improper mairteeence of your Warranty service can be arranged by ccntant - small elf - read engine . ng ether a Sears Roebuck and Co . Autho - Your emissee control system may include rized Servse Outlet , or by ser % anting Sears , pa _ s such as the carburetor ' , ignition system Roebuck and Co . at 1 - 800473 - 7247 . and exhaust system . Aise included may be the compression release system and other emis - IMPORTANT NOTE sfon - relatod assemblies . Ths warranty statemert explains your rghts Where a warrantable condition exists Sears , and obligations under the Emission Control Roebuck and Co . will repair your small off _ System Warrar _ ty ( " ECS Warranty " } which s read engine at no cost to you for diagnosis , provided to you by Sears , Roebuck and Co . pa _ s and labor . pursuant to California law . See also the Sears Roebuck and Co . Limited Warrar _ ties for MANUFACTURER'SEMISSION Sears , Roebuck and Co . whfch is enclosed CONTROLSYSTEM WARRANTY therewith on a separate sheet and also is pro - COVERAGE vfded to you by Sears , Roebuck and Co . ] - he ECS Warranty applies only to the emission Emission control systems on 1995 and later sertrsl system of your new engine . To the ex - model year California small off - read engines tent that there is any ccnflfnt in terms between are warranted for two years as hereinafter the ECS Warranty and the Sears , Roebuck noted . In ether states , 1997 and later model and CO . Warrar % t , the ECS Warranty shall ap - year engines are also warranted for two year's ply exsept in any cireumntanses in which the If , during such warrar _ ty period any emission - Sears , Roebuck and Co . Warranty may pro - related part an your eegtse is dofentive in ma - vfde a longer warranty period . Both the ECS terfals or workmanship , the pad will be Warranty and the Sears , Roebuck and Co . ref _ ired or replaced by Sears Roebuck and Warranty dose € be important rights and oblfga - Co . tions with respect to your new engine . Warranty service can only be performed by a OWNER'S WARRANTY Sears , Roebuck and Co . Authorized Service RESPONSIBILITIES Outlet At the tfme of requesting warranty ser - As the small elf - read engine owner , you are vfse evfdense must be presented of the date respensble for the pedormance of the re - of sale to the original purchaser , The purches - 22 F 0310210
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ershalpl ayanychargefasrmakinsgervice Sears , Roebuck and Co . according to Subsec - cellsand / ofarrtransporttihnegproductots tion 4 below . Any such parL repaired or re - andfromtheplacwehertehesepeocntand / placed under the ECS Warranty shall be orwarranwtyorkispe _ rmeTdh . epurchaserwarranted far any remainder of the ECS War - shablleresponsfiobralenydamaOgelrossn - Panty Period . cuffeidnconnectwioitnhthetranspertcotifon 2 . Any warranted emissions - rolcted part anyenginoerar _ _ yrt { st ) heresoufbmittfeodr which is scheduled only for regular inspection inspectaionnd / owrarranwtyork . as specified in the Owner's Manual shall be warranted for the ECS Warranty Period . A Ifyouhavaenyquestiornesgardiynoguwr ar - statement in such written iss _ - uctions to the el - Panrtyightasndrespansiblityeosushould fact of ' Yepa r or replace as necessary ' shall car % anStears , Roebucaknd Co . at not reduce the ECS Warrar _ y Period . Any t - 800 - 4772347 . such part ropnfred or replaced under the ECS Warranty shall be warranted for the remafnder EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM of the ECS Warrar _ y Period WARRANTY 3 . Any warranted emissions - rolcted f _ rt Emission Control System Warranty ( " ECS which is scheduled for replacement as re - WarPanty _ ' ) for t 995 and later model year Cal - quired maintenance in the Owner's Manual , fornia small off - rood eng cos ( for other states , shall be warranted for the period Of time prior t 997 and later model year engines ) : to the first scheduled replacement pofnt for that p _ rt . If the part fails prior to the first sched - A . APPLICABILITY : This warranty shall apply uled replacement the _ rt shall be repaired or to t 995 and later model year California small replaced by Sears Roebuck and Co . accord - off - reed engines ( for other states , 1997 and fag to Subsection 4 below . Any such emis - later model year engines ) The ECS Warranty sfons - rolcted part repaired or replaced under Period shall begin on the dote the new engine the ECS Warranty _ shall be warranted for the or equipment is delivered to its original end - remainder of the ECS Warranty Per * ed pr * or to use purchaser , and shall continue for 24 cen - the first scheduled replacement pefct for such secct ve months thereafter , emisefons - rolcted part . B , GENERAL EMISSIONS WARRANTY 4 . Repair or replacement of any warranted , COVERAGE : Sears Raebsek and Co , war - emiseons - rolcted part under ths ECS War - rants to the original , end - use purchaser of the Pantyshall be performed at no charge to the new engine or edalpmer _ and to each subse - owner at a Sears , Roebuck and Co . Autho - quent purchaser that each of its small off - road rized Service Outlet . ang ass is : 5 . The owner shall net be charged for diagses - t . Dss gned , built and equ pped so as to con - to labor which leads to the determination that form with all applicable regular one adopted by a part covered by the ECS Warranty fs fn fact the Air Resources Board pursuant to its au - defective , provided that such diagnostic work thority fn Chapters 1 and 2 Part 5 , Division 26 fs performed at a Se _ rs Roebuck and Co . Au - of the Health and Safety Code and thorized Service Outlet . 2 Free from defects in materials and work - 6 . Sears , Roebuck and Co . shall be labia for manship which , at any tfme during the ECS damages to other or gina ] engce components Warranty Period , will c _ use a warranted emis - or approved modifications proximately caused sions - relcted part to fail to be idenbeal in all by a failure under warranty of an emission - re - material respects to the part as dascrfbed in lated part cevered by the ECS Warranty . the engine manufacturer's application for certi - 7 . Throughout the ECS Warranty Period , fication , Sears , Roebuck and Co . shall mainta n n sup - C . The ECS Warrar _ ty only pertains to emis - ply Ofwarranted emfsefon - rolcted parts suffi - sons - related parts on your engine , as fallows : ofer _ to meet the expected demand for such emisefon - rolcted parts . t . Any warranted emissons - rolcted parts which are nat scheduled for replacement as 8 . Any Sears Roebuck and Co . authorized required maintenance in the Owner's Manual and approved emissiomrolcted replanemer _ shall be warranted for the ECS Wan'acty Peri - part may be used in the performance of any od . If any such part fails during the ECS War - ECS Wan'anty maintenance or repair and will Panty Period , it shall be repaired or replaced by be provided w thoct charge to the owner , Such 23 F 0310210
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useshanllorteducSeearsRoebuacnkdCo . EMISSION - RELATED PARTS ECSWarranotbyligations . INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING : 9 Unapproaveddd - oonrmodifipeadrtms ay t Carburetor Assembly and Is Internal Com - poner % s notbeusetdomodiofyrrepaairSearRs , oe - bucakndCoe . nginSeu . cuhsevoidtshisECS a } Fuel filter Warranatyndshalbl esufficiegnrtoundfosr b } Carburetor gaskets disallowfanngECSWarranctlyaimS . ears , c } Intake pipe RoebuacnkdCos . hanllobt eliablheereunder forfailureosfanywarrantpeadr _ osfaSears , 2 Ar Cleaner Assembly RoebuacnkdCoenginceausebdytheuseof a } Air filter element suchanunappreaveddd - oonrmodifief _ drL 3 Ignition System including : a } Spark plug b } ignition module c } Flywheel assembly 4 . Catalytic Muffler ( f so equipped } a } Morner gasket ( if so equipped } b } Exhaust manifold ( ff so equipped } 5 Crankcase Breather Assembly and its Components a ) Breather oonnectfon tube t 0 / 22 / 99 EPAiCARB Sears , Roebuck and Co . , Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 U . S . A . F 0310210 24
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CRAFTSMAN 21 " 5HP SNOW THROWER 536.885214 ENGINE DRIVE ASSEMBLY 79 10 I2 21 78 25 7O 73 75 KEY PART KEY PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 10 . . . . . . ENGINE 45 48924 PULLEY , IDLER II 180077 SCREW 46 302637 SCREW 12 71060 WASHER 47 590 NUT 20 333970 LF PAD BRAKE 48 301188 WASHER FLAT 21 180077 SCREW 50 180044 SCREW 1 / 4 - 20X2 . , 00 22 71060 WASHER 51 71067 WASHER FLAT 23 579052 SCREW 1i4 - 20X 83 52 1501010 ROLLER PINCH 24 73826 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 53 73826 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 25 334079 GUIDE , BELT 54 1501009 WIRE , BRAKE 26 71071 WASHER FLAT 60 313438 ROD , CLUTCH 27 71060 WASHER 61 414108 WASHER FLAT 28 710312 SCREW 62 121223 PIN , COTTER 30 313444 ARM , IDLER 70 333784 PULLEY 31 333594 BOLT 73 333805 BOLT , SHOULDER 32 71391 NUT , 5 / 18 - 18 75 37 × 130 BELT 33 313473 SPRING , EXTENSION 76 330544 BRACKET , SUPPORT 40 320077 LF ARM , IDLER 78 48801 SCREW 41 333594 BOLT 79 71391 NUT , 5 / 18 - 18 42 71391 NUT , 5 / 16 - 18 - - F - 031021C BOOK , INSTRUCTION F 0310210 25
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CRAFTSMAN 21 " 5HP SNOW THROWER 536.885214 ELECTRIC START ASSEMBLY 16 16 930 Part No . Key No . Description RETAINER 15 57569 16 311633 SCREW 17 414106 WASHER FLAT 18 271163 NUT , KEPS 930 56023 CORD , EXTENSION 26 F 0310210
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CRAFTSMAN 21 " 5HP SNOW THROWER 536.885214 FRAME ASSEMBLY 109 _ 100 113 _ I02 81 KEY PART KEY PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 80 333769E741 FRAME RIGHT SEDE 109 73826 NUT , 1 ! 4 - 24 81 333767 FRAME LEFT SIDE 114 333739 TANK FUEL 15QT 90 333987 CHANNEL , FRAME 111 762224 RING FUEL TANK 91 ' _ 80044 SCREW , 1 / 4 - 20X2,00 112 340300 CAP , FUEL 92 73826 TUBING NUT , 114 - 24 113 323363 100 333749E741 BRKT _ FUELTANK 114 47345 CLAMP , HOSE 101 342628 SCREW 1 ! 4 - 24X , 75 115 335351 PLATE , SUPPORT J02 73826 NUT , 114 - 20 116 323387 CLAMP , HOSE 107 342628 SCREW 1 ! 4 - 24X , 75 117 56679 FILTER , IN - LINE 108 71067 WASHER FLAT 118 335906 TUBING 27 F 0310210
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CRAFTSMAN 21 " 5HP SNOW THROWER 536.885214 AUGER ASSEMBLY 511 512 483 510 483 531 534 540 54I 520 _ 2 520 _ 8 333969 520 KEY KEY NO . PART NO . DESCRIPTION NO . PART NO . DESCRIPTION 480 340091 HOUSING AUGER 520 327072 AUGER , ASS'Y 481 302628 SCREW , 11420X . 75 520 - 2 302585 BLADE AUGER 482 71067 WASHER , FLAT 520 - 6 48838 RIVET 483 73828 NUT 11420 520 - 8 335992 BLADE CENq'ER 490 55323 BLADE SCRARER 520 - 10 307049E701 AUGER BLDASSY 491 577707 RIVET 530 583459 BEARING & PLATE 492 302628 SCREW , 1142 ( _ X . 75 531 334287 PLAq'E . BEARING 493 302635 NUT 1 / 420 532 579052 SCREW 510 577023 BRNG . IDX1 . 2 _ 5 533 71067 WASHER , FLAT 511 710283 SCREW , 1 / 4 20X100 534 73628 NUT 11420 512 71067 WASHER , FLAT 540 578101 SPACER 513 302635 NUT 11420 541 333446 PULLEY F0310210 28
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CRAFTSMAN 21 " 5HP SNOW THROWER 536.885214 HANDLE ASSEMBLY 760 764 765 _ 75I 74I Part No . Key No . Description 740 313449 CABLE UPPER CONTROL 741 313441 LF BRKT . CABLE ADJ 742 313448 CABLE LOWER CONTROL 743 308148 BOOT , CLUTCH SPRING 744 313471 SPRING , EXTENSION 750 333909E701 HANDLE , LOWER 751 313674 SCREW 1 / 4 - 20X1.25 752 71067 WASHER FLAT . 753 73826 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 760 333919E701 HANDLE , UPPER 761 313308E701 BAIL , CONTROL 782 337584 BOLT , 5 / 16 - 18X2 . O0 783 311936 WASHER FORM 764 57171 KNOB T 3.00 WD PLAS BLA 765 71037 NUT , 5 / 16 - 18 REOHEX 29 F _ 310210
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CRAFTSMAN 21 " 5HP SNOW THROWER 536.885214 CHUTE ROD ASSEMBLY 858 850 874 _ 873 - _ 872 _ 871 _ 334313 Key No . Part No . Description 850 337941 LF ROD _ CHUTE 851 71072 WASHER , FLAT 852 71062 PIN , COTTER 853 313431 WASHER _ CURVED SPRING 854 335264 SF ASSY , CHUTE CRANK BRKT 855 71072 WASHER , FLAT 856 57082 KNOB _ SLEEVE 857 331532 NU % PUSH _ FITS 3 / 8 DIA 858 3809 BOLT , CARRIAGE 859 71071 WASHER _ FLAT 860 71060 WASHER 861 71034 NU % 1 / 4 - 20 870 333946E701 MP BRACKE % CHUTE ROTATE 871 340723 BOLT 872 71071 WASHER _ FLAT 873 71060 WASHER 874 71037 NU % 5 / 18 - 18 30 F 0310210
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CRAFTSMAN 21 " 5HP SNOW THROWER 536.885214 DISCHARGE CHUTE ASSEMBLY 6O0 _ , 605 604 590 Key No . Part No . Description 580 333859 RING CHUTE 581 711752 SCREW 582 577021 GUIDE , CHUTE 583 762173 DONUT FOAM 590 305882 CHUTE LOWER 591 302628 SCREW lf4 - 20X , 75 592 302635 NUT , 1 _ ' 4 - 20 593 71067 WASHER FLAT 600 305861 CHUTE UPPER WITH HANDLE 601 310562 WIRE 802 302843 BOLT , 5 / 16 - 18XI . 25 803 71071 WASHER FLAT 804 57171 T - KNOB 605 71037 NUT , 5 / 19 - 18 806 578088 SCREW 5 / 16 - 18 807 71071 WASHER FLAT 608 71391 NUT , 5 / 19 - 18 31 F _ 310210
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CRAFTSMAN 21 " 5HP SNOW THROWER 536.885214 TOP COVER ASSEMBLY 8 122 124 15 18I _ KEY KEY NO . PART NO . DESCRIPTION NO . PART NO . DESCRIPTION 120 340097 COVER , BOTTOM 148 335507 NOSE PRIMER 121 313685 SCREW 1 / 4 - 14X , 75 147 271172 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 122 761538 PANEL , ACCESS 150 340089 COVER , BELT 124 578109 NUT , 1 / 410 SPEED 151 12342 SCREW 10 - 24X . 50 125 761539E701 PANEL , CONTROL 152 312300 NUT , # 10 - 24 128 313674 SCREW 1 / 4 - 20XI , 25 157 313685 SCREW 1 / 4 - 14X , 75 127 71067 159 578109 NUT , 1 / 410 SPEED WASHER FLAT 128 73828 NUT , 1 / 4 - 20 170 1501142 COVER , TOP 130 57587 GROMMET 171 12342 SCREW 10 - 24X . 50 131 333643 KNOB STAND TEE 172 312300 NUT , # 10 - 24 140 56992 SWITCH IGN mON 173 313685 SCREW 1 / 4 - 14X , 75 141 313683 WASHER 178 578109 NUT , 1 / 4 - 10 SPEED 142 300193 181 313685 SCREW 1 / 4 - 14X , 75 NUT , 5 / 8 - 32 143 49643 2 KEYS & RING 182 578109 NUT , 1 / 410 SPEED 145 54601 PREMER BULB F0310210 32
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CRAFTSMAN 21 " 5HP SNOW THROWER 536.885214 WHEEL ASSEMBLY 65O 651 661 Part No . Key No . Description 650 313678 AXLE 651 583409 WASHER FLAT 660 760713 TIRE & REM 661 583409 WASHER FLAT 662 577598 RING RETAINER F 0310210 3.3
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CRAFTSMAN2 - CYCLE ENGINE MODEL 143.045071 1 I F031021C 34
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CRAFTSMAN2 - CYCLE ENGINE MODEL 143.045071 KEY PART KEY PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION RPM Hgh3700to400g 108 650891 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x t - 5 / 8 _ ' 1 250298A Cylnder Ass'y . 135 61t 049 Resistor Spork Plug ( Incl . 75A 105 , 108 , 138 } ( RCJSY ) 16 4903t 7 Governor Lever 138 570683 Port Cover t 6A 490304 Governor Lever 177 650959 Screw , 5 / 32 Allen 19 570721 Extension Spring 184 510326A Carburetor Gasket tgA 4903t8 Throttle Unk Spring 188 490319 Governer Link 20 5t0340 Oil Seol 187 570438A Spacer 21 570673 Boll Booting 2t 7 570687A Control Lever 22 5t0338 Slide Ring 2t8 650847 Screw , 8 - 32 x t / 2 " 23 530158 Boll Booting 239 358t5 Ar Cleaner Goskst 24 530161 Boll Booting 260 350480 Blower Housing 27 530159 Bearfng Retafner 261 650894 Screw , 5 / 1648 x 5 / 8 " 29 530164 Bearing Strip ( 3t Needles ) 274 510343A Exhaust Gasket 30 290627 Crankshoft 275 390325 Muffler 35 29826 Screw , t0 - 32 x 3 / 4 ' _ 277 650893 Screw , 5 / 16 - 18 x 3 - 13 / 84 " 35A 650508 Screw , 4 - 40 x 1z ' 4 " 285 34449A Starter Cup 37 29216 Lock Nut 10 - 32 287 650926 Screw , 8 - 32 x 21 / 64 " 39 3t 0279B Piston & Red Ass'y . 325 29443 Wire Clip ( Incl . 29 & 42 ) 330 61t158 Wire Harness 42 3t 0278 Ring Set 361 30063 Screw , 1 - 30 , 1 ! 4 - 20 x 1 ! 2 " 75 5t 033g Oil Seol 370 36261 Instruction Decol 75A 5t 0337 Oil Seol 380 640342 Carburetor ( Incl . 184 } 80 490305 Governor Shaft 383 570695 Carburetor Boffle 89 6t 119t Flywheel Key 384 650229 Screw , T - 25 , 10 - 32 x 3 _ ' 8 " g0 6t1192 Flywheel 390 590743 Rewind Starter 92 6508t 5 Belleville Wosher 395 590670 Electrfc Starter Motor 93 6508t 8 Flywheel Nut 399 510334 Gasket Elfminoter 100 34443C Solfd State Ignitfon ( Loctite 515 ) 10t 6t0118 Spark Plug Cover 900 0 Replocement Engine Or - der From 71 - 999 103 651007 Screw , T - 15 900 710496B Replocement Short Block 105 650892 Screw , 5 / t8 - 18 x 2 _ 3 / 16 " Order From 71 - 999 F4331021 O 35
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CRAFTSMAN2 - CYCLE ENGINE MODEL 143.045071 14 KEY PART KEY PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIFq'ION 0 590670 Eleotrio Starter ( 110 Volt ) 13A 590677 Thrust Spacer 1 34952 Retafner Ring 14 590659 Housing Ass'y , 2 590608 Dust Washer 15 590587 Brush & Spring Card 3 34953 Pinion Driver 16 590690 Commutator End Cap 4 590644 Commutator End Bracket Anti - drift Spring 17 590691 5 34949A Gear 18 590692 Case Bolt 6 590654 Lock Nut Anti drift Spring 19 33450 7 34950 Spring Retainer 20 590693A Switsh Box & Lead Ass'y , 8 3495t Cup Washer 2t 32450 B E × tensien Cord ( 10 ' 6 " ) 9 34955 Retafner Ring 22 30063 Ssrew , Torx T - 3O 10 590674 Drive End Mount Breaker 23 650819 Ssrew , 6 - 32 x 2 - 1z ' 2 " I t 590675 Drive End Cap Ass'y , 24 650742 Nut & Washer Ass'y , 12 590678 Armature 36 F0310210
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CRAFTSMAN2 - CYCLE ENGINE MODEL 143.045071 e ! - - 7 KEY PART KEY PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 0 590743 Rewind Starter 11 590643A Sta _ er Housing Ass'y 3 590740 Reta net 12 590535 Sta _ er Rope 13 590701 Sta _ er Handle 6 590616 Starter Dog 7 590617 Dog Spring 14 590780 SprYng Olfp 8 590645A Pulley & Rewind Spring F 4331021C 37
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IIV : I : ] W _ * Ne ] I : : ! [ _ o ] _ Illd = 1 _ IIm [ eI , . ' ] PIEZAS DE REPUESTO . . . . . . . . 25 OPERACION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 PIEZAS DE REPUESTO ( MOTOR ) 4340 MANTENIMIENTO . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 GARANTIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SERVICIO Y AJUSTES . . . . . . . . . 55 REGLAS DE SEGURIDAD . . . . . . 40 ALMACENAMIENTO . . . . . . . . . . . 59 SiM BOLOS INTERNACIONALES 43 ENSAMBLAJE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 PEDIDO DE PIEZAS / SERVICIO , 64 GARANTiA LIMITADA DE DOS ANOS PARA EL QUITANIEVES CRAFTSMAN Durante dos a _ os a p _ rdr de la fecha de _ i _ qpta , siempre que a este quitanieves Craftsman se Ee de i _ an _ enirniel _ , lubric _ i0n y _ fin _ ieoto de _ uerds con las insq _ ' u _ iones de oper _ ciOn y rn _ n _ tel _ irniento present , alas en el rn _ nu _ l dee propietario . Sea _ reparsr _ , sin rec _ s aEguno , cuaEquier de _ cto en rn _ terial y rnano de obrs . $ i e $ te quil _ nieves Craftsman es u _ o pars propOsitos coi _ e _ iales o de _ rrend _ miento . est _ £ t _ _ rantia set & v & Eid _ solamente pot 90 dias a p _ rtir de la fech _ de compra . Est _ gar _ nti _ no cubre Io si £ tuiente : Elernel _ tos fun £ tibles los _ ales $ e g _ duraote el u _ normS , I _ les _ mo bujias , corres $ de transmisi01 _ y p _ ores de se _ urid _ d . Rep _ raciol _ es ne _ rias debido _ 1 _ buso o ne _ ligencia del ope _ or , incluyendo eje de _ i £ t _ e _ _ 1 dobl _ do , y pot i _ o d _ rle el i _ ntenimiel _ ne _ rio _ I _ ul _ id _ d se _ l _ Io re _ i _ endado en las ins ' _ ' ucoione _ col _ tel _ id _ el _ el rnanu _ l dee pr _ pie _ rio . EL SERVICIO DE GARANTiA SE PUEDE OBTENER LLEVANDO EL QUITANIEVES AL CEN - TRO DE SERVICIO SEARS MA $ CERCANO EN EUA . ESTA GARANTIA ES _ LIDA $ _ LO CUANDO ESTE PRODUCTO E $ USADO EN LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS . Est _ garal _ ti _ le otorg _ derechos Eegales e _ pe _ cos , yes _ sible que teng _ otis derechos I _ cua _ le $ v _ ti _ l _ de est _ do _ _ $ t _ do . Sears , Roebuck and Co . , D817WA Hoffman Estates , IL 60179 RIDAD IMPORTANTES , ESTE SIMBOLO SIGNIFICA - _ IIIA _ ENCIONXE ! iIIES _ GEU ; _ k RESTE ATENCION A ESTE SiMBOLO , LE INDICA PRECAUCIONES DE SE ALERTAH ! SE _ RATA DE SU SEGURIDAD . _ 1 ApDrsVEdRssTcEoNnCsIcAt ; s SeliscrraP - ble de la bujis , y col _ Las emanaciones de escape producidas pot sste quslo alsjado de t _ sta pars pre - motor y cisrtos componsntes de ssts m _ qutns vsntr un srranqus accidental contisnsn sgsntes qu _ mtcos reconocidos pot el dursnte Is prspsrsci6n , man * tsntmtsnto o almscsnamisnto Estado de California corns carcin6gsnos , tsmbi _ n puedsn productr dsfsctos sn los reci _ n nacidos o dsl quttsnisvss csusar otros dafios sl sistsma reproductivo . IMPORTANTE : Psra prevenir le - Los bomss _ l _ rminalss y sccesorios relacionados con Is bare , is , conUsnsn plomo y compuestos de sones las normss de seguirdad requieren osntroles en Is undad plomo , El Estado de California rsconocs qus ss * que solo puedsn set manej _ dos en los compusstos puedsn caussr c _ , ncer y ds _ ctos presencfs del speradsr . Su qsita - cong6nitos , sdsm _ s de shoos dsfios sl ststsma re _ nieves est , . equip _ do con dfchss producttvo , DEBE LAVARSE MUY BIEN LAS MA _ NOS DESPUES DE MANIPULAR ESTOS COMPO _ ¢ or _ troles Por ning0n ms _ vs inten - NENTES . ts pasar pot alto la funciOn del con - trol en presenoia del operadsr . F0310210 40
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CAPACITACI ( _ N yio del sol base que el oombust ble se expand & I Leo con atenci6nlosinstrucoioneesn el 5 . Paratodos los qutanieves con restores manual de operaci6n y servicio . Familiari - de arranque el _ ctrico , use cables de ex - sese oomplet _ mente con los controles y tensi6n con certTfie4tci6n CSAiUL Use el see aprop ado del quitan eses , Apren - colamente tomacorrientes que hayan si - da a dotener el quitan eses y a desen - de instalados de aouerdo con los regla - ganehar r & p damente los controles , mentos de nspecci6n locales . 2 Nunse permits a ni6os operar el quita - 6 . Jam & s intente efectuar ningQn ajuste nievse Nsese permits qse adultos ope - miertras el motor se encuentra en mar ran el quitanievse sin ] a instrucoi6n cha ( exsepto csando el fabricante Io re - apropiada . comiende asi especfflc _ mente ) , 3 Mantenga el & tea libra de personas , es - 7 . Permits que el motor Y el qutanieses se pecialmente nf5os peqseSse y mascotas . ajusten a los temperaturas exteriores an - 4 Tonga touche cuidado pars evftar rseba - tes de oomenzar a despejar la nero . lense a c _ ' das especialmente cuando 8 . Siempre use galas de seguridad o pro - est _ rotrocediendo . restores pars los oios durante la opera - ci6n o mientras efect0a algOn ajuste o PREPARACION reparaof6n a la unidad p _ ra proteger sus I Inspeccione completamente el _ rea don - ojos de objotos extrar _ os que pudiseen de se users el qutanieses y retire todas set lanzadse per el qu tan eses . los esteras , trineos , tableros , c _ blse y OPERACI ( _ N otros objetos extra6se % NO of ) ere este quitaneves si est , . roman - 2 Desenganchetodos los embragues antes do med einas qse puedan seuser comno - de hacor arranc _ r el motor , lencia o afectar su habilfdad pars operar 3 No opera el quit _ nieves sfn sestir pren - el quitanieses , das de inviemo adecuadas p _ ra trabaiar 2 . No use el quitanieves s7 par motTvos a la intemperie , Vist _ selzado que le d6 emoofonales o f'sicos sele difisulta ma - buena tracci6n cobre superficies resbalo - nejarlo de farms segura . s _ s , 3 . No coloqse los maces o los pies serc4t o 4 Maseje el combustible con cuidado ; 6ste debajo de piezas en movimiento . Man - es altamente inliamable . t _ ngase en todo memento a buena dis - t _ ncia de la aber [ ura del tube de ( a ) Use un contenedor aprobado pars combustible descarga . 4 . Tenga touche ouidado al operar el quita - ( b ) Nunca qu te la taps del tanque de neves en o a trav6s de entradas de au - combustible ni a6ada combustible a tos senderos o caminos de grays , un motor en marsha o a un motor co - Mant6ngase alerts de peligros ocultos o liente . trY . fice 5 , Si golpea se objeto extra _ a pare el mo - ( c ) Llene el tanqse de combustible al a - tor , desconeote el cable de la buj'a ns - re libra y con mocha cu dabs , Nunc _ peccione metiselosamente el quit _ nieves Ilene el tanque en un recinto serrado . per si hubiera alg0n da6o , y rep _ . relo an - tes de arranser el motor y operar el quits - ( d ) Vuelva a colocar la taps del tanque neves riuevameRte , de combust ble de manors segura , y 6 . Si el quitanieves comiense a vibrar de limpie el combustible derramado . manors exsesiva , pare el motor y revfse - 1o inmed atamente pars encontrar la cau - ( e ) Nunca almacone combustible o el se , Generalmente , la vibraci6n es sea quitanieves con combustible en el advertencia de algSn problems . t _ nque dentro de un edificio donde 7 . Pare el motor cuando deje la posisf6n de los vapores pudiesen alsenzar algu - operaci6n antes de desobstruir el aloja - no llama abie _ a o chisp _ s , mierto de ] a barrensJpropulsor o el tube ( f ) Vet fiqse que el quitanieves tonga de desc _ rga y cuando efect0e cualquier su _ iciente combustible antes de coda reparaof6n , ajuste o isepecoi6n . use y deje un esp _ cio adisional en el 8 . Cuando 17mpie , repare o inspeccione el t _ nque psesto qse el calar del motor quitanieves , asegSrese de qse la barre - F 0310210 41
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n _ / prapuylstaordalsaspariems 6viles ruedas iuegos de arrenque el _ otrise , seenouentdrseetenidyeqsue todos los eta ) . ¢ or _ troles est _ n desenganohados Desse - 19 Nunoa opera el quit _ nieves sin tenor bus - nacre el cable de la buja y mart6ngalo ca visibilidad o ilumfcaci6n , AsegSrsee alejado de la bujia pare evitar un err'an - siempre qse tfene buena estabilfdad , y que accidental suiete sen firmeza el mango Camine ; nU F ] Ca serra , 9 Tome todas las precauciones posfbles al 20 , No trate de alsenzar & tees dificiles . Man - dejar el quitanieves desetendido . Dseen - ganche la barreseiprepulsor , pare el mo - tonga la estabilidad y el balanse en todo tor y retire la liars . momerto 10 . No haga errancar el motor en recintos 21 , No trate de user el quitanieses pare lira pfar tsehse serradse exsepto papa arpancar y pare transpart _ r el quitanieves haoia adentro o haole afuere del reointo , Abra lea pser _ s MANTENIMIEN'fO Y que dan al exterior ; los vapores de esca - ALMACENAMI ENTO pe son peligrosas ( oontienen MONOXI - 1 . Revise los pemas sen freouenoia pare DO DE CARBONO un GAS INODORO y asegupar qua est6n bien apretadse y qse LETAL ) . el quitanieves set6 en sendfcfones segu - 11 . No use el quit _ nieves pare limpiar & tees ras de fseoionamiento , de terrese inolicades ( ousetas , pendfen - 2 . Nunca gcarde el quit _ nieves sen com - tea ) . Tonga mseho sefdado ouando sem - bustible en el tanqse der _ tro de un recfnto bie de direooi6n No intents Iimpiar donde hubiepan fuentes de ignioi6n tales pendientes muy pronunoiadas . coma caler _ adores de agca y estufas 12 . Nunca opera el quitanievse sin qua los secadoras de rape , y sire larse Permita resguardse places u aires dispositises qua el motor se enfrie aries de guarder de seguridad se enoser _ tren en su lugar , el quitan eves en cue ] quiet recinto , 13 . Nunca apere el quitanieves seres de es - 3 . Siva e almasenar el quitanievse par un capepates de vfdria , automsviles vidrie - periodo prolongedo , siempre consults las pas , stos de cargaidsecarga , y sire larse , instrucciones del manual del operador sfn el aiuste apropiado del & ngula de des - donde enser _ trar _ oonsejos importantes . carga de la nieve Mantenga a los ni6os y 4 . Mantenga o reemplese las etiqsetas de las massetas eleiadse del _ . rea qse esta seguridad e instrseoioses seg0n sea ne - despejando . aesir o 14 . No sobrecargse la capaoidad del quita - 5 . Mantenga el quitanieves en mersha unos nievse al irtent _ r I ropier la nave a uca ocartos minutos despu6s de despejar la selocidad demesiado r & pfda . nave , papa evitar qse se tangelo ] a ba - 15 . Nseca opera el quitanfeves a aires veloof - rreseiprepulsor . dades de transpose sabre supedicies resbalosas , Mire haole etr _ s y tonga oui - dado al retrseeder , es para usa en aceras , sntradas _ k DVERTENCIA ; Eats quitanievesto * 16 . Nunca descargue direotamente hacia es - de auto y arras superficies de peotadares ni permita ecadie frente el rreno plaaas . Se debe tenet euidado al quitanieves , usar el quitanieves an supa _ cies inolinm 17 . Desenganohe la fserse motrfz de ] e ba - das . NO USE EL QUITANIEVES EN SU * PERFICIES SABRE EL N _ EL DEL SUELO rrena / propulsor cuando el quitan eves sea traspariado o no eat6 en usa . tales coma techos de resideneias _ de ga * 18 . Utilfse 5nicamente aditamentse y aseeso - rajas , porches u arras estructuras o cons - truccioaes sirnilares . rios aprobados par el fabrioante del quita - nievse { tales coma cadenas pare las F0310210 42
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_ , _ o _ o _ S IM PORTANTE : Mushes de estos s [ mbolos est _ o'olocados en su quitanieves o est & n impresos en los manua _ es que v _ enencon el p _ ducto , A _ es de operar el quitanieves aprenda y comprenda el objetivo de c _ da simbolo , Simbolos de control y operacion Despacio R _ pido Arranque el _ rico Arranque de motor @ o I Motor en marcha Motor apagado Apagado Encendido H N Ahogador Ahogador desacttvado aotivado Neutro Ace _ erader Ignici6n Ignici6n Bot6n cebader Ueve de encendido desectivada eotivada T 2 Embrague de propulsi6n Avance Merche arras de berrene O Colector de barrertEt Engencher Transmisi6n 43 F 0310210
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Simbolos de control y operacion Mszcls de combustible Combustible Ace } to y aceite f d Dascarge hscia Dascarge hscis Dascsrga hsc } e le Dascarga hacia ] a ABAJO ARRIBA IZQUIERDA DERECHA Transf _ n _ ncle de p _ eo Trsnefereasia de paso Liars de sncend ( do Lsvent _ s [ mango Ptseions sl pedal ( nestter psrs marchs , psra sngenchst , pats deesngsnchar , R _ titst pats parer , Simbolos de advertencia de seguridad PEL _ GRO PELIGRO CA Objetos Isnzadoe . Objotos ] anzadoe , Msntenge slsjsdos a Ma _ rtenga alejadoe e los traneo _ ntee , los transe _ r _ tas , ADVERTENCIA PELIGRO IMPORTANTE PELIGRO Evits las lasionas qus puedo . Lea el manual dsl ceuasr la barrens rotator } a Pare el motor antes de dasatascsr prolc ) i ( _ taarniteos de Ma _ rtenga ] as rnanos , los pies y oporar asta m _ qu } na . Is rope fusra de eu alcsnce . el tubo do dascerga . ADVERTENCIA Supsrf } cio csliente PARE F 0310210 4z ] -
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Contenldo de la balsa con lee partee 1 - Manual del prepietarie ( no se mueetra ) 1 - Cable de arranque el6ctrico ( ne ee 1 - Batella de 3,2 onzas dem = muestra ) aeeite Craftsman de 2 tie poe 1 - Estabilizador de combustible ( he ee rnuestra ) COMa SACAR EL QUITANIEVES DE gales protectores o proteetores LACAJA 4 _ lb ADVER'rENCIA : Use siempre pare los ojos , duranfe el ansam - t , Saque de la ceja el pequete qua cantle - blaje del quitanieves . ne el manual . En el paquete del manual encontrar _ un envese de aceite Cralt - HERRAMIENTAS NECESARIAS sman pare motor de 2 tiempos edemas t - Navaja pare cotter oa _ 6n de arras pezas necesar as pare ermar la unidad . [ a Figure t muestre el qu _ anieves en la ps - 2 Retire y descarte tede el material de em - sei6n de operaci6m paque alrededer del quitanieves . 3 Carte c _ de una de las euatro esquinas L _ s refereneias sabre el lade dereoho e el de la c _ ia desde la parte superior haste lads izquierde del quitanieves , son heohas abajo y despliegue lee paneles en el desde el put'to de vista del sperader si 6ste suela . se encuertra parade detr _ s de la unided , 4 , Agarre el quitanieves par el mango infe - rior y s _ . quele de la oaja . Palanoa de propulsi6n PRECAUCI ( _ N ; NO retrocede sabre los cables . Cable de transmi - 5 . Quite el mater al de emp _ que del en - semble del mango , ManN , ale de ajuste Deflector de dese _ rga C6mo eneamblar el mango t Afloie las perillas a cads lade de los mangos ( Fgum t ) . 2 Levante el mango superior e la pes - Per lie sf6n de eperaoi6n . Sest6ngale de mane - raque no raye el mango nferier , NOTA : Aesg _ rese de qua los cables no est _ n atrepados entre los mangos superior e inferior . Fi £ ura t 3 Apriete las parilles . 45 F0310210
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I _ l _ : _ l _ ! _ _ - " LISTA DE REVISI ( _ N Antes de operar su nueva quitanieves , y pa - re asegurar qua ebtenga el major rendimien - to y la mayor sat efacoi6n de este products de ealidad per favor haga un repasa de la sguiente lista de revisi6n : Se hen _ mpletade redes lee instrsccie - nes de ensambiade . _ " El tube de descarga gira libremente . _ " No quedan piezas sueltas en ] a caja de _ rt6n . A ] msme tiempa qua aprende a user su qs - tan eves , preste touche atenciOn a los d _ a - lies siguientes : _ " Aseg _ rese de qua el tanqse de cembust - hie centenga la mezela correota de easel - nay aceite ( properci6n 40 : 1 ) . _ " Familiaficese con la sbicasf6n de redes los centroles y asegOrese de entender la funcf6n de cage uno _ " Antes de encender el motor , aseg ( _ rese de qUA redes los centroles est6n funcionando correct _ mente . ESPECIFICACIONES DEL PRODUCTO NOTA : Los cabalios de Caballoa de fuerza : 5 fugrza del motor pueden vaHar segl _ n ajuates al mis _ Cilindrada : 8,46 pules , cs . mo _ variacionas en el pro - Tanqua de combustible : 1,62 cuartes coso de fabricaoi6n , alfi - tud , condioiones atmosf _ ri - Mezcla de gasollnaiacelte : Proporci6n 40 : I , 3,2 cas , combustible y mante _ onzas de aoeite qua aimieato . cumpla con las espe _ cificaciones pare mo _ tares de 2 tiempos enfriados par aire y qua sea aprobado pa - re una mezcla de 40 : 1 par I gal6n de gasoline , Bujla : Champion RCJSY ( Entrehierro 0,030 ) F0310210 46
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CONOZCA SU QUITANIEVES LEA ESTE MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES Y LAS REGLAS DE SEGURIDAD AN _ TES DE OPERAR SU QUITANIEVES Compare estas ilustmciones con su QUITANIE - VES para familiarizarse con la ubfe _ 4 _ oi6dne los diversos controles y ajustes , Guarde este manual papareferencia futura , Pa ] anca de propulsi6n Llavo do encandido Tubo de descarga Enohufe Control del ahogadorULL del motor OFF _ CHOKE _ F Bot6n de arranque el6otrico Figur _ 2 Palanca de propulsi6n de la barrreaa _ AC - BorOn de arranque el & _ trico _ Se usa pare oleca y detiene la b _ rr _ ¢ _ . hacar arrancar el motor de arranque el6ot ¢ _ o de 120V . Maaivela de ajuste * Cambi _ la diret _ 6n de la doscarga de nieve . Control del ahogador - Se usa p _ ra arran - oar un motor t _ io . Defle6ffor del tubo de _ , ca _ ja - Cambi _ 1 _ distancia del lanzamfento de la nfevo , B _ n de _ aado - I _ a el combu _ blo Tubo de des _ . . a _ ja _ Cambia la direc _ 6n en diPectamente en el molt pie dol carbuPador I _ - qua se lanza la nave . raun arranque _ do en temper _ ums ties , LI _ de ar _ endido _ Se debe insertar y co - Pardi de a _ a la I _ j [ a * Pane _ qua ofre - Iocar en la posici6n do encendido { ON } pal'a oe aob _ e $ oa I _ bujia . a _ ncar el motor . Manija de arraaque manual _ Americae _ Enchufe dal motor - Corexi6n pare el cable motor manumJmonte de alimontao 6n para arranque eI _ rico . 47 F 0310210
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del propietario antes de operer de eualquisr quitantsves puede _ IL ADVERTENCIA : Lee el manual _ lb DVERTENCIA : La oparaci6n is m _ quina . Nuesa dirtja la des _ provocar qua objetos extra , as cargo haste los transe _ ntes . Pare el mo * seen lanzados con fusrza hacia sue tar antes de desobstruir el tuba de des _ ojos , Io cual podrla resultar sn lesiones cargo o el alojamianto de is barrens , y graves . Par Io tanto use sismpre gales antes de dajar la m _ quina . do eogurtdad o protectoroe pars Ice ojos cuando tonga qua opsrar el quits * PAPA DETENER EL nisves . LS recomendamoe gales de QUI'FANIEVES protecci6n sst & ndar o una careta pro - tectors de vist6n amplia pare user so * t . PBre detener la de $ carga de nieve suel - bre sue antsojos . te la palanca de propulet6n de la barfs * na Figure 2 . NOTA : Si el qu tan eves contim _ a avan - zarlde lentamente oensulte " C6mo ajus - tar el cable be control de la barrena " en COMO AVAN ZAR la secoiSn de Servicio y Ajustes , I . Su } ete ] a palanca de propulsion do la 2 . Pare parer el moteflmueva laIlave de barrens cor _ tra el mango ( Fgure 4 ) . [ a barrens comenzara a gniciOn / encondido a ] a posici0n APA - GARIPARAR ( OFF / STOP ) , girar . 2 . Pare avanzar , levante el mango pare permit # qua los hojas de eaucho de ] a PAPA CONTROLAR LA barrens hagen contaoto cor ' _ el susie . DESCARGA DE NIEVE Sujete firmeraente el mango del quita _ t . Gire la manivela be cor _ ral del tuba de nievee a medba qua 6eta comienza a deecarga pare determiner la direcoiSn de avanzar . Guts el quitanieves movendo lanzam ante de la nieve . el mango ya sea hacia la izquierda o hacia la derecha . No irtente empuiar el 2 . Afieje la tuerca de martpoes en el de - quitanieves floater del tuba de descarga y mueva el deflector pars establecer ia distanaia . 3 Pare detenedo , suelte la palanca de Mueva el deflector hada ( ARRIBA ) pars propulei6n de la barrens . mayor dietanaia haole ( ABAJO ) pare NOTA : Si la barrens car % nOa girande oer ' 1 - coo distancia menor . Luego apriete la tuercs de m { _ ariposa ( Figure 3 ) , suite " CSmo ajustar el cable de control de ] a barrens " en la secci0n de Serviofo y Ajustes . Deflector Deflector arriba abajo Perilla de maripesa Figure 3 C ( _ MO LANZAR LA NIEVE t Enganche ] a palanca do propulst6n do le barren & 2 Pare detener la descarga de nieve suel - Fgure 4 te la pelanca do propulsi6n do la be * i'rena . 48 F 031021C
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TIPO DE COMBUSTIBLE pare lubdcar los coj notes y los dem & s com - posertes moviles . Le mezcle ndiseda es [ a certificeo6n del motor ndica que 6ste see releci6n de 40 : 1 ( 32 onzas de aseite oumple con los estipulaciones de los normes pot cads gel6n de gesolise - consulte le Ta - de reguleo 6n de emisiones de Californie y ble de mezols de combustible } . Es neseserio de Is US EPA pore motores ULGE ( on equ # premezolar la gasoline y el eceite en co con - pc de servicio o pars predos yjsrd nes } Los tenedor de gasoline limp o . Use siempre ga - motores ULGE est & n seffiflsedos pars fun - soline nueve Impie y sin plomo . caner con geseline regulsr sin plomo . TABLA DE MEZCLA DE COMBUSTIBLE bles mezclados con alcohol ( relacl611 de 40 : 1 ) , _ ADVERTENCIA ; LOS combusti - ( llsmsdos gasohol o aquellos qua usan etaaol o metaaol ) puaden atpaer humadad Is eusl conduce s Is se _ psraei6n y formsei6n de _ cidos durante el almscaaamieato . Los gases sefdieos puaden da6ar el sistems de combustible de un motor mientras sa encuentrs en almacenamianto . NOTA : Pare evtar problemes del motor , el [ a mezols de gesoline y eceite se hose de le s sterne de combustible debe veo srse sntes mesere sigu onto : de almssenar la unidsd par 30 dies o m & s . 1 . Vette co ( 1 ) cuerto de gel6n ( EE . UU . ) de Arpanqse el motor y d _ ielo en merohs haste gesoline f _ re e _ tom6v I nueve , ] impie y que los Ifsees de combustible y el serbura - sin plomo dentro de un contenedor de dot set6n veo [ os . Use el escurridor de le ts - geseline con capecided pore un gsl6n . ze del carburedor pare veciar le gasoline residual de le cuba de nivel constente . Use 2 , Aheda el contenedor con gasol ne 32 gasoline fresco le siguierte temporade Pore onzas de eseite de dos tiempos , esegu - obtener informeci6n edicionsl coseulte le r & ndose de qse el ecoite see limpio y de buene selfded . secci6n de " Almscaaamiertto " en este me _ seel ) . IMPORTANTE : No use sceite de motor fuara de bordo o seaitas multiviscosi - Nunse use preductos de limpieze de motor o dad eomo 1OW _ 3O 6 tOW * 40 . c _ rbursdor en el tsnque de combustible , de Io contrar o podde causer doric permenente 3 . Tope el cortenedor de gasol ney egitelo e ] e chided vigoresemente peps mezcler le gaselins y el ecoite . C ( _ MO PREPARAR LA MEZCLA DE COMBUSTIBLE 4 . Aheda el contenedor otros tres ( 3 } cusr - El motor de dos tiempos de este quitanieves tos de gal6n ( EE . UU . ) de gesolins Agite nsevemente el contenedor . requiere une mezcle de gssoline y eseite No ] lone el tanque de combustible con gssoline sin entes mezclerle con eseite . Agite el contenedor de oombustfble antes de Ilensr el tanque de combustible Aceite Agite el Afiada m _ _ 3,2onzas ) co _ te _ edor _ j _ Oontenedor _ 1 gal6n ( EE UU . ) _ . F0310210 49
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manual . Antes de haoer arrancar el motor , asegQrese de haber lena la informsoi6n si - inflamable y debe tecar touche _ IL ADVERTENCIA : La gasoline as euidado al manipularla o alam _ guiente : egnarla , • No liens el tanque de combustible arranque sst & dissuade pare _ IL DVERTENCIA : El motor de mientras el quitanievss ca eneusntre funeionar con corrisnt _ domt _ sti - sn marcha , euando sst _ calisnta , o ca de 120 voltios de CA . Siga euidado - caando el quitanisves ss snccantra samenta redes las instrucoionss de la snun _ rsa cerrada . secoi _ n " C45mo hacsr arrancar el mo - • Mantsnga la unidad alejada de llamas tor " . Pare conectar el cable de aliments * able , as o ehtspas sl _ ctricas y no fu _ ci _ n de 120 voices de CA , conecta siam * me mientras liens el tanqus de com - pre el cable al snchulaqJel motor prima - bustible . re . Luego , enchu _ el otto extreme sn el tamacorriente . Cuando dsscocacta el • Nunca liens el tanque completamente , cable de elimsnteei6n , desenchu _ siam * Meca el tanque haste dejar entre pre el extreme del tamacorriente prims _ 1 / 4 - 1 / 2 pulgada de la parts superior pare proporoiocar espacio pare la ex - pansi6n dsl combustible . C6mo hacer arrancar el motor en • Sismpre liens el tanque al airs librs y frio use un embudo o boquilla pars preve _ nit el detrains . 1 . Liens el tanque de combustible con una • Aseg _ rase de limpiar ccalquier com - mezola de combust ble nueva y limpis . bustible dsrramado antes de arrancar Consulto " C6mo preparer Is mezcla de combustible ' _ el motor . • Almacaca Is gasoline an un conten * 2 . AsegSrese de qua la palanca de propul * dot , limpio y aprobado , y mantanga la si6n de Is barrens est6 desenganchsda taps puesta y segure an el eontana _ ( suelta } . dot , 3 . inserts la liar8 de 8ncandido , mu6vala a Is pesi ; i6n de encendido ( ON } . 4 . Deslice el control dsl ahogador a la ANTES DE ARRANCAR EL posici0n total ( FULL ) . MOTOR 5 ( Arranque el _ ctrico } Oenecte el cable Antes de darle ser _ c o e de haoer arran _ de alimentaci6n al enohufe ubicade en el c _ r el motor , familiarioese _ n el qsita _ motor . nieves . AsegOrese de entender la 6 . ( Arranque el _ ctrico ) Enchu { e el etre ex = func 6n y la ubicao 6n de todes los con - tremo del o _ ble de alimentaci6n en el to treles maoerrientes de 120 veltios de CA . ( Lea 2 . Asegarese de qua redes los suietaderes la ADVERTENCIA en esta sescir _ n ) . est6n apretsdos . 7 . Oprima el bot6n cabador de lamaneras 3 Antes de hsoer arrancar el motor com - ind cede a oontinuao r _ n . Entre oebado preebe qua todes los oentreles funcfo - retire el dedo del bot6n oebader . non oerreotsmente • No use la funci6n de cebado s la temperature est , . sabre 50 ' _ 1 _ ( 10 " [ C ) . C ( _ MO PARAR EL MOTOR • Oprima el bot6n des races sf la tom - Para parer el motor , mueva la IIsve de en - peratura est , . entre 50 _ [ F ( 10 " [ _ ; ) y cendide ala pesfcf6n APAGARiPARAR 15 _ 1 _ F ( - 10 _ 1 { ; ) . ( OFF / STOP ) • Oprima el bo _ n cuatre vases si la C ( _ MO HACER ARRANCAR EL temperature se enouentra per debaje MOTOR de los 15 _ 1 _ ( = 10 _ 1 { ; ) . El motor esta equipade con un s sterna de • Optima el bot6n oince races si la tem _ arranque el6otrico de 120 volt os de carrion - peratura se encuentre per debaie de te CA , adem _ s de un sistema de arrenque los 0 _ [ F ( - 18 _ [ 0 } . 50 F 0310210
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8 ( Arranqua at _ ctrico ) Optima _ 1 baton NOTA : Deje qua el motor se caliente par de arpanqua al _ ctriao h _ t _ qua el ma algunas m nutos antes de oomanzar a remo - tar arranque , [ ' 4o haga girar el motor da very arrojar nieve en temperotupas nfer ares erranqse par robs de I0 se _ undas cada a los 0 _ [ F ( - 18 _ [ 0 } . vez . El motor de arranque el6otri _ o tiene pratecci6n t6rmfca , Si se recalienta se COma hacer arrancar un motor parar _ , y se puede valver a aotivar asia caliente uca vez qua se ha enfriado a una tempe - ratura seguas Se requiere una aspepa de Si ast _ . arrancanda un motor caliente des _ 5 a 10 minutas pars permitir qua el motor pu6s de haberlo apagada par un perfado de arranque el0otrioo se enfrie . carte deje el ahogadar en " APAGADO " 9 ( Arranqua a manuat ) Jale rapidamente ( OFF ) y no oprima el bot0n oebadar , la manija dal arranqua manual . No suelte la manija inmediatamente des _ pu6s de jalarla Deje que la mantis del arpanque manual se entails lertamente . qua el motor da _ rtro de un Pa _ _ lb DVERTENCIA : Nunca arran - 10 . St el motor no arranca a las 5 0 6 intern ai _ rto cerrado o sn _ rses con tas , lea ] as instrusofanes sabre : Difioultad poca vantilaaibn . Los gases de escape papa arrancar en la _ Tabla de local zasi6n dal motor contianan MON ( _ XIDO DE y reparaoi0n de aver [ as " CARBONO _ UN GAS INODORO ¥ MOR - t 1 . ( Armnqua al _ ctrico ) Cuando el motor TAL . Mantenga les manoa , los pies , el arpanque suelte el baton de arranqse polo y las ropas susltes alajades de lea sl _ otriao . partes sn movimianto tanto dal motor 12 . ( Armnqua al _ ctrico ) Dassoneote prime _ coma dal quiteniaves . ro el cable de alimertaoi0n dal tamaoo - La temparatura dal silenciador y de rrierte , Luego , dasoonecte el cable de laa piezes alradador de ] ailenciador alimertaoi0n del anchors dal motor . pueda sxcsdsr los 150 ' _ 1F.Evits toast 13 . Mientras el motor se cal enta mueva el estes partes . co _ rtrol dal ahogador a la posici0n del No permits qua hi , as ni adolescentes oentro ( 1 / 2 ) Cuasdo el motor eat6 fun - operan el quitaniaves ni qua est6n oionando de manors uniforms muava el carca cuando est _ funaionando . co _ rtrol dal ahogador a la pasioi0n de apagado ( OFF } , C ( _ MO RETIRAR OBJETOS Suelle la palanca de propulsion de la ba - rrer _ a . ATASCADOS DE LA BARRENA Mueva la palanca de ensend do a lapa _ sfci6n de parada pars parar el motor , Dasconeota el cable de ] a buiia . mover ning _ n objeto atescado Na _ ADVERTENCIA : No intents Pax soloque las manse en la barrens o en an la barrens sin tomar primaro el tuba de dascarga . Use uca barfs de los pracauaiones atguiantas : apalancamiento . F0310210 51
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SUGERENCIAS PAPA EL 10 . Despu _ s de oeda trabajs deje qua el LANZAMIENTO DE NIEVE motor fcooiene per unes minutes . Asf se derretfrA la nieve y el hiele ecumula - Cuande se levanta el mango les hsjas dos en el motor . de eeuche de la berrena entranen cam 11 , testa con el susie y el quiten eves avan - Utopia el quit _ nieves despu6s do cada za . Cuande se suelte la pelanoa de use . Quite el hielo , la nave y los resi - propulsi6n de la barrens les ouohillas dues de rode el quitanieves . EnjuAguele de le barrens se paten . Si las ccohillas con ague pare quiterle toda la sel y arras sustancias qufmices . Seque el quitenfe - no paten , consulte ' COme ejustar el as - ves , hie de prapulsi6n de le barrena " on la secci0n do Servicie y Ajustes . NIEVE SECA Y DE POCA 2 El lanzemento de nieve m & s efectvo se PROFUNDIDAD Iogra cuende le nieve so quite inmedia _ temerte despu6s de le nevada . 1 . [ e nieve qua so asumule h _ ta prsfund # 3 Pare quitar completamente le nieve ss - dedes de echo pulgadas puede quiterse brepenga ligeremente les pesedes del r & pfda y fAoilmente oeminendo e cos ve - quit _ nieves . Icoided mederade con el quit _ nieves . Pare asumulecienes do nave de mayer 4 Cuande sea posible , descergue la nieve a favor del viento . profandided c _ mfne mas lento pare per - mitir la descerge un forms de nieve tan 5 So puede ajustar la distanoia , ala qua la pronto sea recogfda per la barren & nieve sere lanzeda maviende el defleo - tsr del tube de descarga . Pare mas dfs - 2 Intents desoargar la nave e favor del vferto . tense levante el deflector , pare maces distanoie beje el defleoter . NIEVE MOJADA Y COMPACTA 6 En condfdones de touche viente beje el defleoter del tuba de descarga pare dirf - Avarice ] entamente pare despejar ] a nieve girle nieve lanzada mas ¢ eroa del suels mejeda y compacts . Sieste tfpe de nfeve pare evitar qua el vierto la sepia hasa hate qua la barrena gfre mas lento o empfe - Areas no deseades . za a atascer el tubs de descarga retirese co 7 Pare su seguridad y pare prevenir el de - psco y empiece une saris de may mientes fie el quitanieves mantenga el Area qua cortes con el quitanieves , hecia adelante y haole arras Estos movimientes cortes en le vaa limpiar , libra de piedres juguetes y otros ebjetes extra6os nieve ( de ouetro a seis pulgedas } , ayuderan a arroier la nieve del tube de desoerga . 8 Cuande est6 quitande la nieve sabre an - trades de auto cub er _ s con grave o rs - BANCOS Y ACU MULACION ES c _ triturade no deie que las cuchilles de GRANDES DE NIEVE la barrena toquen el susie . Mueve el mango hacia abaio pare levan - Pare despejar la nieve qua se aoumula e tar ligeremente le barrens . una alture mayor clue el qu tanieves , use el 9 . [ e velcoidad de avanco del quiteneves metoda deserito anteriormente ( mavimientos depends de la profundfded y del peso de cortes haole edelente y heoia ebbs ) . Orients la nieve . La manera mAs efisiente de el tuba do descarge en dfrecof6n opuesta a user el quitanieves sara determinada per la del benco e ecumuleoiOn grands de nave . su experfencia bais diversas condfdo - [ e remedSn de este tfps de nieve tomara nes . mas tiempe . F 0310210 52
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RESPONSABiLIDADES DEL PROPIETARIO REGISTROSDE SERVICIO Antes Anote Insfechesen Antes Cede Cede Cede Cads de FECHA que ee hate de ¢ a _ A me _ 5 10 25 esta _ guaP DEL rnsntenirniento regular ds use nude horse horse horse ci6n dado SERVICI0 Revi _ rI _ bujr _ , / , / Vaoiarel tanque de _ / combustEble Reviser eEajuste delI _ cable de cat , roE de bar _ ena ¢ RECOMENDACIONES GENERALES • Si alguna pieza est & gastada o da5ada cambiela inmediatamente . [ a garantia de este quitanieves no eubre piezas que heyan side sometidas a abuse e neglfgenefa per parts de ] eperader . Pare r'e _ LUBRICACI ( _ N efbir el valor complete de la garantia , el epe - Antes de guarder el quitenieves radar debe mantener el quitanieves de aouerde a Ins nstruccienes contenidas en Desmente la cubierta superior , Oonssl - este manual . te " C6ma desmontar la cubierta super - ier'L Se deben hacor algsnes ajsstes peri6dioa - mente pare mantener adecuadamente su 2 Lsbrique el rsborde de control del tube quitanieves , de descerga . Aplique co tfpe de gr'esa qse se adhiera , come per ejemplo Lubri - plate , DESPUESDECADA use • Haga fsncienar la unidad pare que salga teda la neve aosmulada en la barren & • Pare evitar el cengelamiente de la berrena e de los contrales Impie tada la nieve y el hfele del quftanfeves . • Yea si hay piezas sueltas e dafiadas , Reborde del • Aprfete los sujetadores que est6n control del sueltos . tube de • Revise y d _ martenimierto e la barrens . desoarqa • Revise los contreles pare asegsrarse de / Figure 5 que funs onan adeouadamente , F 0310210 53
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COMa AJUSTAR EL CABLE DE CONTROL DE LA BARRENA El o . ju _ t _ de ] _ ble de oontral de Io . bo . r _ no . se haoe an Io . f _ brio _ Duro . nte el use normo . I del qufto . nieves , este cable puede aflojo . rse previniende que Io . po . lo . nca de prepulsi6n do Io . bo . rreca engenche o desengaaehe oerrec - tamerte t Quite el gancho en " Z " do Io . pale . nee de propulsi6n de Is bermca ( Figure 6 ) , 2 Deslioe la funde del cable sabre el ca * ble de control de le barrene haste qua Io . fundo , del cable no o _ . _ br'or , ' lnguna propulsor doa pa _ e del seporta de ejusta del cable Io . bo . rren ( F guro . 7 ) . 3 . Guie el extreme del cable de control de la bo . rrena o . trav6s del ojo . I del soporte de ajusta del cable do Io . me . nero ind = Figure 6 cade par Io . fleoho , en le Figure 7 , Este le data sufioiente huelgo permitiendo rotifer con fedlfdad el gancho en " Z " . 4 Coleque el gancho an " Z " en el pr6 × i _ me aguiero de o . juste on el soporte de ajcatg del cable . Este o . gujere do ajus = to es el qua so eneuentro , un espo . e o mas o . bo . je del aguier'o donde se encore tro . ba oelec _ do o . nteriermente el gencho el3 " Z " , 5 Tre del cable de control de la bo . rrena o . tray , s del ojo . I del soporta de ejusta del cable hast _ qua no quede huelgo on el cable de control de le berrana . 6 Deslioe rnueveraente la funde del cable sabre el soportg de ajuste del cable . 7 Monte el gencho en " Z " e Io . pelence de propulsi6n de le barrene ( Figure 6 ) , 8 Pc . re . oemprobo . r el ejuste , erro . nque el quitanieves , Asegarese do qua Io . bah'e - na no gire o . I salter Io . pale . nee de pro - pulsi6n . Enganehe Io . pelence de propulsi6n do la bo . rrena y oempruebe que la bo . rreca comfenzo , o . girer , Si 6sta no giro . repta el prosedimierlo do " A _ us - to del cable de control de Io . bo . rr'ena'L F 0310210 54
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C ( _ M0 QLIITAR LA CLIBIERTA SUPERIOR 8 Pare mantar la eubierte superior , resli - ce los pesos antsriores en or'den inver - t Desmorm _ eel tube de descergs . se . 2 Quite ] a tape del tanqse de combustible . Cubierte super or D 3 , Quite los dos pernes y tusrcas ( A ) de A Is p _ rte del fronts de Is eubierte super - ier . 4 Quite los dos pernos ( B ) del ledo dere - ohoy del lade izqu erdo de la eubierte superior , 5 Quite ] as ache families ( C ) de ] Isdo de - roche y del lade zquierda de la cubierte superior , B 6 Quite los _ res families { D ) de Is _ rte superior del panel de control , 7 Quite con ouidado la cubisrte superior agarr _ ndala y jal & ndols desde la parts Tuba de de atr & s y pas _ . ndola sabre el tanque de combust hie , desoargs Figure 8 COMOQUWARLACUBIERTADELACORREA cubisrta de le correa ale oubierts su - per or , t Si hay she instslads quite le place t _ r - 4 . Quite el tornillo { C ) que sujeta la eu _ mica de la parts de atr & s de Is eubierte biafra de le correa a la cubisrta infe _ de le cortes , tier , 5 Pare qutar la eubisrta de le correa 2 Quite los pernos y Iss tuercss { A ) qse ag & rrela per la parts nferier y jaie haole sujetan la cubisrta de Is cortes al aleje - abajo y haole afsers . miente de la barrens . 6 Pare instslar le cubierte de Is cerree _ 3 . Si no se ha qsitado la csbie _ a superior , real ce los pesos enterieres en arden in - verso saqse los tornillos ( B ) que sujetan la Cubierte nferier Plsoe t6rmica Cubier ta de Is coffee B C A Figure 9 F 0310210 55
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CDMO REEMPLAZAR LA CORREA DE TRANSMISION [ a cortes de trensm si6n estA constreida es - 9 Instals Is cubierts de Is correa , Consults peoislmente pare Is unidsd y debe ser reem - ' COme quitsr Is cubierts de lecertes " , plazsds On c _ mente son uns certes ori _ hal de fabrics psra su unidad , dispenfble en su cor _ re de sere / fore Seers mAs cercsco , t Quite Is cubist , s de Is cortes . Consulte ' COme quitsr Is cubierts de Is certes " , 2 Ssque Is cortes de trsnsmisiOn de Is poles tensors ( Figure t 0 ) 3 Retire is guis de cortes de Is cortes 4 Pare reducfr Is presi0n s Is cortes de trsnsmfsf6n separe is poles tensere de { odille Is cortes . Saque Is cortes de trsnsmi - de frene sfOn de entre Is zsp _ ts de freno y el rodi - Iio 5 Ssque Is cortes de trsnsmisiOn viejs trsnsm s 6n Fgure 10 6 Pare instslsr Is nuevs cortes de trans - misiOn , reslioe los pesos snterieres en Poles tensore Poles del motor el orden inverse . 7 Asegure que Is cortes de trensmisiOn quede montada correotamer _ e en le _ poises , 8 Ajuste Is gu'e de correa pars que deje un espsoie de 3 / 32 de pulgads come se muestre en le Figure t " . . Ouis NOTA : Cuando so engancha Is pelan * Cortes de de le ca de control de Is barrens , Is guie de cortes coffee debe quedar e 3 / / _ . de puigeda 3 / 32 pulg . Figure tl de Is cortes de transmisiOn . COMe SACARLABARRENA 7 Inoline Is barrene sufioientemer _ e pare permitir que s _ lge del slojamiento de t Retire ] e cubie _ a de lecortes . Consulte barrens . ' COme quitsr Is cubierts de lecertes " , 8 Pars instsler Is barrette , reslioe los pe - 2 Ssque Is cortes de trsnsmisi0m Consul = sos ar _ erieres en orden inverse . te ' COme reemplazsr Is corres de trans - misi0n ' , 3 Seque Is poles de Is barrens ( 1 ) del vAstsge de Is barrens ( Is roses vahaos Is izquierds ; gire hacis la derechs pars s _ osr ) . 4 Pare que Is bsrrens no gire mier _ ras hs = co esta repsreoiOn coleque un pedaze de readers de 2 x 4 pulgsdss en le pale = ta del centre pars esegurer le bsrrene . 5 Retire los sujetaderes de Is unidad de cejinetes . Ssquele unided de cojine - Aiojsrrelnto / ! _ tee del alojernie _ rte de barrens . de barrens Unidsd de 6 Deslice la barrene fuers de leunidsd de cojinetes Poles de barrens cojinetes en el lade dereohe del qulsnie - Figure 12 ve _ , 56 F 0310210
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de pulgede ( 3mm ) entre le muesca del _ IL ADVERTENCIA : Pare prevenir reborde y el d _ metre e _ er or del [ _ rni - el errenque accidental del mo - lie siaf _ n . tor , siempre desmoneete el ca - ble de le buj _ a y ment _ ngelo alejado de 4 Apriete los tuercas , _ ste , mientres realize ajustes e repara - clones a la unidad . AJUSTE DE LA MANIVELA DEL TUBa DE DESCARGA Si la menivele de ejuste del tuba de descer _ ge no gire libremer _ e hecie le zquierde o de eius te de la haole le dereohe , reelioe los p _ sos siguien - Reborde menivele tes . t Quite le oubierte superior • Censulte ' C6 - 1 / 8 de pulg ( 3ram ) mo qufter le oubferte superior " . sirfin 2 Afloie les tsetses . 3 Mueva Is piece de ajuste de le rnanive * Fgure 13 la pare permitir ur _ especio libra de 1 / 8 COMO AJUSTAR LA ZAPATA DE FRENO 3 , IMPORTANTE : El ejuste es neceseris sole - Ate ] e peler _ oa del propulsor de Is barre - monte si Is zepet _ de frenose he soltado o ns el mango . Esto manter _ dr & engem sheds el sisteme de trensmfsi0n . se he s _ lide . El ejuste se realize de le mane - ra siguiente : 4 • Afloie el tornillo y Is tuerc4 _ en el braze de le zepata de frene ( Figure t 4 ) • £ Retire le cubierte superior • Censulte " C6 - 5 • Esteblezoe el espeois libre entre le za _ mo quiter le cub erte superior " . peta de freno y le morrea de trensmi - si6n e 1 / 8 de pulgada 2 . • Retire le cubierte de la cortes . Consul - 6 • Apriete el tomillo y le tuerse en el bra - te ' COme quitar le cubierte de la cortes " . ze de Is zepete de freno : : : " Guie de le cortes Rodills del frens Fgure 14 Cortes de trensmisiOn F0310210 57
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AJUSTE DEL CARBURADOR Pado en la fAbrioa pare establecer la veleoi - dab apropiada del motor . Hacor que el motor El earbureder nees aNstable El rendim ento e × ceda la velcoidad del ajuste heche en la del motor no debe verse afeotade en altitu - Mbrioa puede set muy peligrose . Si usted des de haste 7000 pies ( 2100 m ) . Pare eree que la velecidad aita gebernaba per el opepar la undad en altupas superieres a los motor neoesta set aiust _ da , comco'quese 7000 pies ( 2100 m ) , comuniquese con su con su centre de servioie Sears mas corse - _ r " _ r _ de set . fore Sears m & s cercaco . no . Alli encontrar _ los t6cn cos con la expe - IMPORTANTE : Nunoa trate de reed ltear rieneia apropieda papa efeotuar los ajustes necesar os . el gobemader del motor , el cual fue configu - AJUSTE O REEMPLAZO DE LA BUJiA Revise la bujfe c _ da veir _ t e nee ( 25 ) hopes 8 ] nstale la bujfa en la eulata del el ndro y aprietela bien de use del quitanieves Reemplace la bujie sf los electrodes estan pioados e quemades Parlel de aocese o sf la pereelana est _ partida . [ a bujfa se eneuer _ tpa en el compartim erie de1 motor debajo de la oub erta superior y ne se ve bajo eendioienes nermales . 1 Abre el panel de ac _ ceso a la bujfa ubi - oade en el f _ nel de control ( Figure 15 ) . 2 . Vera la bujfa y el cable be la buiia . 3 Desconeote el cable de la buj'a . Figure 15 4 Limpie el & tea alrededor de la base de la bujfa pare evitar que entren impurezas L & minacal bredera 0,030 pulg " en el motor al qutar la buj'a 50ute la buj'a 6 Exam [ nela S est , . da5ada fisureda o suca debe reemplezada . 7 . Lad stance entre los electrsdes de la Bujia bujfa nueva ( ertreh erre } debe ser de 0,030 de pulgada ( Figure 16 ) . Figure 16 F0310210 58
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I . Para remover la gaaslina mantenga el mater en mareha hasta qua el tanque au quitanievea en recintos serra - d _ 5 ADVER'rENCIA : Nunoa iguardo _ dos oen un _ rse sin ventilae n qsede vaeie y el motor ee pare . adecuada . Los vaporas del combustible podrlan alcanzar alguna llama able , a , 2 , Si no dasea s _ car gasal no , use el esta - chtspa o la llama ptloto ya sea de ] a oaf bilizader de eembust hie provista con la dera , calentador de agua , secadora de undad e compre estabilizador de com - ropa , cigarrtllo , etc . bustible Craftsman No . 3550 . Ahada as - tabilfzadar de combustible a la cantidad NOTA : Para evtar da _ e al motor ( si el quita = nieves no se usa par mas 30 dfas ) siga los de gaaslina qua permanezca en el tan - pasas detallados a continuaci6n . qua para minimizar los dep6stos de ge - may aefde . Sf el tanque esta casi vacie , mezcle el astabilizader con gaaslina fras - QUITANIEVES ca en co recipiente asparade y aiiada un 1 Limpie completamente el quitanievas . pcoe de esta mezela al tanque . 2 Lubrique tedes lee puntas de lubrioaci6n 3 , Siempre siga los nstruccienas en el an - ( oonsulte la secci6n de Marrtentmtento ) , vase del astab lizader . Daspu _ s de aKa - dir el estabilizaber al tanque , haga carrer 3 AasgSrase de qua tedas los tuercas , per - el motor durante 10 minutes par Io me - nasy tamillas ast _ . n ben apretadas Ins - has para permitir qua la mezola alcanco pecciene tedas los plazas m6vilas el oarburader . visiblas para detastar darios raturas y dasgaste . EfeetQe reemplazas si fuase 4 Cambie el asete del mater . necasarie . 5 , 4 Retoque tedas los superfieas o × idadas e Lubrique el _ rea del pist6n / cilindro de la con pntura resquebra } ada lijAndalas I - maner _ sigu ante : Pr mere , retire la buj [ a geramente antes de pintarlas . y coleque unas getas de acete de motor limpo en el z6calo de la bu } ia . Luege , cu - 5 Cubra los plazas de metal expuestas del bra el z6c _ le con un pale para qua ab - alejamiente de la barrena y el impulsar asrba el rcoie del aseite . A continuaci6n , con co material para proven r la corro - } ale dos o tras vecas la cuerda del an'an - si6n , tal coma un lubr carte en aerosol . qua manual para baser grar el mater , Para terminar , instale nuevamente la bu - NOTA : Una revisi6n e afinada anual per un - } ia y canasta el cable de la misma . cor _ tre de servicie Sears as una buena too nero de asegurar qua su qu tan eras le brin - dar _ elmaxima rendimferlo la siguiente temperada . OTRAS SUGERENCIAS MOTOR 1 . S fuera pasibie , almasene su quitanievas dentro de algLin rasirto y cObralo para protegerlo cor _ tra el peivo y la sueiedab . de gseolina al aire libra , lejos _ lb DVERTENCIA : VacUa el tanqse de fuente / s de fuego o llamas . 2 . Si debe almacenar el quitan eras al aire libre , col6quelo asbre bloquee para qua [ a gasolina deber _ , set remev da o tratada no quede en cor % acta con el scale . para proven # la fermaci6n de depbsitas de gema en el tanque , filtre manguera y carbu - 3 . Cubra el quitanievas can coa eubieria radar durante el almaconamiente . Asimisme , proteetera apropiada qua ne retenga hu - durarte el almacenam enta la gasol na mas - medad Ne use pl _ stico elada con alcohol en la eual as ha ulflizade etanel o metanal ( a vecas Ilamada gaashel ) IMPORTANTE : Nunca cubra el quitan eras atrae agua , Esta agua astt _ a cobra la gasali - mientras ] as areas del motor y el escape as - t _ n tadavia oalierles . na para format aedas qua da6an el motor . 59 F 0310210
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PROBLEMA CAUSA CORRECCION Dfficultad pare Bui [ a defectuosa . Reernplace la buj'e defeetues _ , atrallCer Ague e suc edad en el sietema Vacie y Impie el tanque de de combust ble , combustible vuelva a Ilenar el t _ nque con uca mezcla fresca de combustible El motor funciena Linea de combustible blequeada , Umpie la linea de combustible ; err _ ticamente tanque de combust ble ratio o revise el suministre de mezela de combustible affeia , combustible penga una mezcla ffesca de combustible en el tanque , El motor sa pare [ a unfdad est _ funcfonande con Coloque lapalanca de la palanca de estrangulaci6n estrangulaci6n en la pesici6n run ( ahogader ) en la fx _ sici6n de ( arranque ) o en la pesiei6n off ESTRANGULACION ( CHOKE ) , ( apagade ) , El motor functona Ague e sucfedad en el sistema Vacfe y Ifmpie el tanque de err _ ticamente ; de combustible , combustible ; vuelva a Ilenar el P6rdida de t _ nque con una mezcla fresoa _ etencia de combustible Vibract6a excestva Conjunte de la barreca da6ede . Repare o reemplace el conjunte de la barren & Paries sueltas , prepulser Pare el motor inmediatamente . darlado Saquela Ilave de encendido , Apriete redes los sujet _ deres y realico redes lee reparaeiones nececarias , Sf la vibraef6n continSa , Ileva la unidad a su centre de servicio Sears . La anidad no [ a correa de prepulsi6n de la Reemplace la correa de avanza pot barreca est & suelta e dafiada , propulsi6n autopropulsi6n Ajuste incorrecte del cable de Ajuste el cable de propulsi6n , propulsi6n de la barreca , La anidad no [ a correa de prepulsi6n de la Ajuste la correa de propulsi6n dascarga nteve barreca est & suelta e darlada , de la barrena ; reemplaco la correa si esta dafiada , El cable be control de la barreca Ajuste el cable de contrel de la ne est , . ajustado eerreotamente barrena Tube de descarga obstruido , Pare el motor inmedfatamente y desconeote el cable de la bui [ a . Umpie el tube de descarga y dertre de ] alejamiente de la barreca Objeto extra6o atorade en la Pare el motor inmed atamente y barreca desconecte el cable de ] a bui [ a . Retire el objete eterado en ] a barrena FD310210 60
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0F-031021C Manual
10N/P Tecumseh engine - 143.045071
11180077 Screw
1271060 Washer
20333970 Lf pad, brake
21180077 Screw
2271060 Washer
23579052 Bolt
2473826 Nut
25334079 Belt guide
2671071 Washer
2771060 Washer
28710312 Screw
30313444 Idler arm
31333594 Bolt
3271391 Locknut
33313473 Extension spring
40320077 Lf idler arm
41333594 Bolt
4271391 Locknut
4548924 Idler pulley
46302637 Screw
47590 Nut
48301188 Flat washer
50180044 Screw
5171067 Flatwasher
521501010 Pinch roller
5373826 Nut
541501009 Brake wire
60313436 Clutch rod
61414106 Flat washer
62121223 Cotter pin
70333784 Pulley
73333805 Shoulder bolt
7537X130 Belt
76330544 Support brkt
7848901 Screw
7971391 Locknut
1557569 Retainer
16311633 Screw
17414106 Flat washer
18271163 Nut, keps
93056023 Extension cord
100333749E701 Fuel tank brkt
101302628 Screw
10273826 Nut
107302628 Screw
10871067 Flatwasher
10973826 Nut
110333739 1.5qt fuel tank
111762224 Fuel tank ring
112340300 Fuel cap
113323363 Tubing
11447345 Hose clamp
115335351 Support plate
116323387 Hose clamp
11756679 In-line filter
118335906 Tubing
80333769E701 Rt side frame
81333767 Lf side frame
90333987 Frame channel
91180044 Screw
9273826 Nut
480340091 Auger housing
481302628 Screw
48271067 Flatwasher
48373826 Nut
49055323 Scraper blade
491577707 Rivet
492302628 Screw
493302635 Nut
510577023 Brng, idx1.25
511710263 Screw
51271067 Flatwasher
513302635 Nut
52049838 Rivet
520335992 Center blade
520327072 Auger assy
520307049E701 Auger blade assy
520302565 Auger blade
530583459 Bearing & plate
531334287 Bearing plate
532579052 Bolt
53371067 Flatwasher
53473826 Nut
540578101 Spacer
541333446 Pulley
740313449 Upper control cable
741313441 Cable adjuster brkt
742313448 Lower control cable
743308146 Boot, cable spring
744313471 Extension spring
750333909E701 Lower handle
751313674 Screw
75271067 Flatwasher
75373826 Nut
760333919E701 Upper handle
761313308E701 Control bail
762337584 Bolt
763311936 Washer
76457171 Knob
76571037 Nut
850337941 Lf chute rod
85171072 Washer
85271082 Cotter pin
853313431 Washer
854335264 Sf, chute crank brkt assy
85571072 Washer
85657082 Sleeve knob
857331532 Nut, push, fits 3/8 dia
8583809 Carriage bolt
85971071 Washer
86071060 Washer
86171034 Nut
870333946E701 Mp brkt, chute rotate
871340720 Bolt
87271071 Washer
87371060 Washer
87471037 Nut
580333859 Chute ring
581711752 Screw
582577021 Chute guide
583762173 Foam donut
590305862 Lower chute
591302628 Screw
592302635 Nut
59371067 Flatwasher
600305861 Chute, upper w/handle
601310562 Wire
602302843 Bolt
60371071 Washer
60457171 Knob
60571037 Nut
606578088 Bolt
60771071 Washer
60871391 Locknut
120340097 Bottom cover
121313685 Screw
122761538 Access panel
124578109 Nut
125761539E701 Control panel
126313674 Screw
12771067 Flatwasher
12873826 Nut
13057587 Grommet
131333643 Stand tee knob
14056992 Ignition switch
141313683 Washer
142300193 Nut
14349643 2 keys & ring
14554601 Primer bulb
146335507 Primer hose
147271172 Nut
150340089 Belt cover
15112342 Screw
152312300 Nut
157313685 Screw
159578109 Nut
1701501142 Top cover
17112342 Screw
172312300 Nut
173313685 Screw
176578109 Nut
181313685 Screw
182578109 Nut
650313678 Axle
651583409 Flat washer
660760713 Wheel & tire
661583409 Flat washer
662577598 Retainer ring